Arturo Álvarez’s new art proposal presents three modalities. Leria table, is a subtle sculpture of a face, which is integrated into a platform that rotates with the strength and magnetism of magnets. Illuminated by a LED, the piece is projected on the wall. When activating the magnets, it turns on itself, suspended in the air. Leria in its wall format, consists of several pieces hanging from steel wires. They communicate with each other, dialogue, projecting shadows on the wall, from leds placed strategically and hanging from the ceiling. The lightness of the pieces means that with a subtle breeze, the projection is filled with dynamism, movement and conversation. This work, in its third form, is a pendant composition, in which the sculptures are attached to cables, steel wires and LEDs, causing the faces to be projected on the floor and ceiling.