Mauricio Sánchez Rengifo (Masáre), was born in Pereira, Colombia. He is an architect by profession, a musician by passion and an artist, who is continuously researching materials, tools, visual effects and audiovisual creation. During the last 15 years, his pictorial work has been defined within an optical deconstructivism language, whose technical and visual effects are strongly influenced by Kinetic, Optical and Pop art. His work is based on the recognition of images as fragments. This means, that the images are not what we see with our eyes but a product of the subconscious mind after collecting and unifying the information of each one of the fragments or pieces. His proposal is based on the deconstruction of faces into plots, lines, serial geometries, textures, reflections and refractions. The image is never obvious at first glance, instead, the idea is to generate it through progressive discovery from different perspectives, distances and variable lighting conditions. On his work, different types of painting, materials and objects are used to communicate what the person portrayed represents and inspires.