Aitor Lajarín

In the works of Aitor Lajarín, large staircases -which seem to be made of a single line- advance along a flat surface until they reach a trompe l’oeil, a fictitious hole in the wall. The visual trajectory to go through the places that Lajarín proposes goes through moving forward, as if the gesture of the hand were overdrawing it, on a complex, fragile and winding path.

Painting is part of the bulk of his work, being also the origin of his work in the field of photography and installation, since “sometimes it asks to be translated into a mechanical image or expanded in space”, in his own words. His work shows, narrates and flows in parallel to the cinema, with the aim of conceiving each series as an entity with its own personality.

Aitor Lajarín, Open Sky, 2018
video animation, color
4 minute loop
Aitor Lajarín, Isla, 2016
Flash on fabric
41 x 30'5 cm
Aitor Lajarín, Window, 2015
Flash on fabric
41 x 30'5 cms
Aitor Lajarín, Kindling, 2014
acrylic on canvas
190 x 160 cm
Aitor Lajarín, Sky, 2021
Acrylic on canvas
171 x 120.5 x 3 cm
Aitor Lajarín, Windows, 2021
Acrylic on canvas
171 x 120.5 x 3 cm