RODRIGO DE LA SIERRA
With over thirteen years of experience as a sculptor, he has held exhibitons in all of the main capitals of the world. After dedicating himself to sculpting the human figure with academic techniques for years, his work slowly began to acquire less realistic and more surreal qualities, leading to the metaphor and intellectualization of his pieces.
He is an attitude, not a form, and the form he has is the result of his attitude. The character, created by the De la Sierra, alludes to issues such as economic crises, unemployment and other social problems. His work is a reflection of our society; Timoteo has no face, because he is all of us. The artist considers that life is too serious to take us so seriously. His character questions everyday life with touches of irony and sarcasm, pointing out clichés and deeper aspects of our existence.