The art Lluís Carulla Ruiz practices reminds me of the great moments in the history of shapes: the plane against perspective, superimpositions on a two-dimensional level from another time, setting the creator into mental motion and placing the experiment in the visitor’s hands. Movement and colour schemes codify and differentiate the entire given surface. His objects form part of movement because movement can be found within that which is static. He is not concerned with a visual representation of shapes, and their representation with words, but rather, that whatever lies within the interior of existence may reach us. After all, life is movement and rhythms, seeking balance between many other systems.