Landscape, horizon, memory and idyllic, are four concepts that unite Valenzuela and Tarazona. These artists approach the landscape from two opposing ideas on the way, but that coincide in expectations before the viewer.

Rodrigo Valenzuela approaches the landscape from desire as the political, the human being observes a space and delimits it architecturally to be able to place himself in it; The way to position yourself depends entirely on the particular context of each individual. The limit is the experiences and the meaning that the elements of the landscape have in personal history. It is from these visions, questions and desires of the people, that Valenzuela creates possibilities of appropriation of the space.

Tarazona seeks to distance itself from the context, from the literal, it creates color planes with a horizon (the minimum gesture necessary to refer to a place). He composes, more than landscapes, indefinite atmospheres that allow the subject to locate himself without limit in spaces where the borders are mental.

Vertical Horizons speaks of the surface, of the landscape as a psychological and political field, it is an invitation to generate questions in the observer of how he lives his daily life. We all place ourselves on a horizon, but our way of doing it depends, on the one hand, on the sociocultural context of each person, and on the other, on the desires and ideals that inhabit us.