Spanish artist Isaac Cordal produces a social, denunciatory art. The recurring figurines in his creations are a metaphor for the contemporary human condition. Their size, miniature, translates the oppression that one endures in facing upheavals such as the class struggle, oligarchy, global warming or the misery that we encounter at every street corner. This aesthetic of the miniature creates a certain poetry, the characters staged by Cordal seem to play a tune for which we would have lost the score. They all seem to be caught in a kind of scenario from which they cannot escape.