Through the madness of the large metropolises, where were are increasingly unable to observe and appreciate the beauty of urban architecture, Kaur (b. 1980) transforms places that previously went unnoticed. A native of São Paulo, where he lives, the Brazilian artist places colours and forms that depict his habitat as an escape, giving life to dry and “dead” structures and forms that represent fragments of the city, with a constructivist yet contemporary presentation, fleeing from rules. His work creates a meaning for each person, where each has his own critical sense but all see themselves as an integral part of this urban machinery, acting as a graphic escape that displaces the viewers, leaving them free from rules and established artistic patterns.