With the collection Imos, Arturo Álvarez continues with his detailed exploration of human nature, and their relationship with the environment, and with others. The main figure, pure, clean, and bare, with an absolute simplicity, looks on impassively. This is counterbalanced by the wood with which the figure is made: a warm, noble, natural material. Humanity confronting itself, uncovered, with nothing to hide. Light continues to be the central theme of his work. Shadows cast on the wall accompany the sculpture. They are with it, next to it, close to it. The idea of liberty persists, of togetherness, of being part of a group, a tribe.