Gonzalo Lebrija has used the mediums of video, photography and sculpture to examine notions of time resulting in playful works with layers of meaning. His recent series of deconstructed/unfolded paper airplanes and paintings from unfolded paper, bring up questions of memory and transference. The austere geometry of the folds, alluding to the paper in another form, remind us that nothing is static. The reference of making paper airplanes points to a youthful symbol of imagination and crossing distance. The oil painting Veladura 3 suggests formal aerodynamics with a translucent layering of colors.