Miguel Card (1991), Portuguese plastic artist. UL Faculty of Fine Arts from 2009 to 2013. Has exhibited in several group exhibitions in Berlin and Lisbon. The work covers several techniques from painting, sculpture to video art, initially focusing on a search for these small pieces scattered in the being itself. From the inner urgency pierced by the "real life" of an unestablished young man, a new journey began, which, inspired or ecstatic, was bombarded by the impressions collected in every experience he went through, whether it was seasons in California or in an airport job. This journey between universes flows organically and is shaped on the screen, in a duality that drives one to escape the finitude of wanting to be. Focusing on themes that navigate between city and nature, uniting in a dance of life stamped in an uncataloged estate, exploratory as a Marco Polo but ambiguous as black and white where the color lasts, continuing in the search for irrational certainties. It does not reflect the medium or the product, but the process; yes, almost explorer.