In Infinito, estrellas y semillas (Infinity, Stars and Seeds), oversized, organic forms burst from structured, man-made everyday objects, leaving their context as if escaping from the daily. Train tracks run in circles and onions reveal their layers. Floating electrical wires and hypothetical bridges create quadrants, compartmentalizing fields through décollage. Horacio's visual language connotes the infinite: cycles of life and nature, of patterns and the everyday.
Horacio Sapere's work has been exhibited internationally, throughout Europe and North and South America. Sapere (b. 1951) is the recipient of numerous public installations and commissions in Spain and abroad for the last thirty years. He is also an active poet and playwright currently living in Mallorca, Spain.