Gonzalo, a self-taught artist, began his career as a sculptor in the early nineties. Initially experimenting with figurative sculpture linked to decorative arts, but then acquiring his maturity with a radical evolution towards abstract conceptualism.
Gonzalo sees art as a way to release human concerns. His sculpture refuses a scientific conception of geometry for the sake of an idealistic abstraction closely linked to architecture, mathematics and scientific thinking. The development of abstraction and the use of geometry in his work are closely linked to a rational process based on the discovery of new shapes. This constant search that guides his work translates into a demonstration of endless variations in geometric shapes.