We present the work “Miró and Kafka’s Metamorphosis”, the story in which Kafka conducts a literary deconstruction of an insect of nature.
The artist Joan Miró was an acute observer who delighted in breaking moulds. His work is largely abstract; a mature style consisting of imaginative stylized forms and purely drawn lines. He uses a palette of primary colours (mainly six) to create works of unique and powerful visual impact.
By means of photography we reproduce this palette of colours in order to create a photographic work of great plasticity and visual beauty. From a distance we are able to appreciate a mural by Miró, and by drawing closer we can understand Kafka’s metamorphosis.