Visual artist Javier Toro Blum explores the cognition of the human eye in the absence of light, the phenomenology of space and its emotional and physical implications.

He has exhibited in Paris in 2017, at the MoMA in New York and several times at the Museum of Fine Arts in Santiago, Chile.

"Photometry is the branch of optics that measures light to determine its ability to stimulate the human visual system. A halo of transparency articulates the ambiguous quality of the phenomenology of the work, emphasizing its interactivity with its environment. The importance of reflection appears not only as an element incorporating architecture to the object, but also as a means of rendering an object subjective, because it is capable of including the different social dynamics generated by an exhibition context. , like the architectural program that contains them. "