Narcís Darder’s photography has the virtue of infiltrating life unnoticed. Years spent capturing a long line of fleeting moments have led to the compilation of a kind of record of everyday life that now becomes a tool for reflecting upon an era and a country.
Yet more than the testimony they provide as a whole, each one of the images, seen on its own, is a model of balance, volume, composition, light and movement, everything is in its right place.
Experimental works in colour can be understood as a natural extension of this permanent search for formal harmony. Here, however, reality is distorted. The personal perspective transforms objects and settings, which are arranged in geometric depictions through to abstraction.