The works that make up this series are mainly large-format papers that contribute to the artist’s desire to enter the work or introduce the work into it.
The work presents chaos as something acquired, as if each of the papers were already imbued with chaos and subtly harmonized the lines blackened by the charcoal.
Charcoal is the favorite material in Pineda’s pictorial work, it allows drawing more than painting in the paintings, achieving direct contact with the support, the line and the ideas that shine with intensity.
The work achieves a kind of transfer in which the repetitive line, thickened or thinned, takes control of the surface and walks endlessly, causing a linear organization chart of chaos.
Both the papers and the twisted sculptural objects condense the work as an exercise in installation or intervention.