Miguel Moreno Mateos was born in Madrid in 1978. His first studies were Forest Engineering. This is where he configured his mind between structuralism and his irrational approach to nature. All his work since then has been focused on landscape, covering two Masters in Landscape Architecture and 15 years of experience. A merely technical approach to landscape and environment became insufficient to accompany his deep perception of nature and its changes, and he started to focus his efforts on raw creation. Creation became the closest way to transmit and investigate his perception of time, ecology, art and humanity.
Nature and human behavior are his constant sources of inspiration, conceiving the human existence as part of the ecosystem (not being an anthropologic, existence but ethologic). His work employs terms and theories associated to ecology to understand human behavior through integration, migration, interaction, freedom or identity. His projects do not always have a material physical translation; it can be a process that speaks through animals, plants, ceramics, and also through sound, light, and the latest technologies. His work turns into questions formulated through a closer environment to make us understand or think about our role in this unstable balance.