What is the minimum unit of photographic representation?
In this series, I document the Arganzuela neighborhood where I live, attempting to find an answer to this question. As in any other location, dominant structures, the majority social class, purchasing power, and the lifestyle of its inhabitants inevitably filter into the aesthetics of its buildings, the materials used in constructing walls, or the signs of the shops we encounter on the street. In other words, popular textures define each environment. I present them as if they were a catalog of 3D materials, attempting to dissect and rethink these textures loaded with meanings.