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Combining classical art with modern technologies, the artist invites the viewer to see these masterpieces from another point of view and still interpret what could be the sequel to the story that is already known. With Cuadro, you can find the people who caused death: Where you can see more and better from the media, or play drama, and play by leaving the game together with witnesses to the events. There is no problem with this, you just need to do this to see more. In any case, whatever the picture that was observed, one thing is certain: these newly found empty spaces are open to interpretations and discoveries.
The Birth of Venus (Sandro Botticelli, c.1486)
The Raft of Medusa (Théodore Géricault, 1819)
The Third of May 1808 (Francisco Goya, 1814)
The Last Supper (Leonardo da Vinci, 1498)
Christ Crucified (Diego Velázquez,1632)
Las Meninas (Diego Velázquez,1656)
The Allegory of Painting (Jan Vermeer, 1668)
Guernica (Pablo Picasso, 1937)