In the exposition “Del bosque al parque”, the ambivalence of the messages of David Decamp and Miriam Urbano creates a narrative around the healthiness of our intervention on nature. In Decamp’s works splashes of ink outlining the shapes of trees feels as if the forest is bleeding and the large blurry landscapes give the impression of a no man’s land at dusk, did humanity write this gloaming path for itself by sacrifying nature carelessly to feed its needs? Urbano’s drawing reveals themselves little by little. At first sight all is approachable is darkness. the viewer discovers progressively a mysterious virgin forest of endless depth though layers and layers of indigenous plants, untouched, untamed, and their shadows become light detaching themselves from the black background.