We could say that there is nothing more abstract than the attempt to define what abstraction is; because abstraction is not something we are given to understand, but something we are given to perceive. Abstraction is an idea which, moreover, does not cease to feed on itself, at the same time as it combines with our particular gazes, so that its assimilation is more related to a kind of poetic significations, always changing and dynamic.
Since his beginnings, Rosendo Cid has worked indistinctly with sculpture, photography, collage, drawing or textual practice, combining them in many of his exhibitions and projects, so that his narratives vary from the most poetic to some of a more critical nature or those that reflect on the artistic process or the idea of the sketch.
His working method is nourished by constant tests, as if it were a diary, from which some of his series emerge, which he always keeps open. His work tells us that every object or image can be transformed into another reality, thus showing the different ways of understanding, of being and of situating oneself before the world and before art.