Fermín Jiménez Landa uses different languages – drawing, photography, installation or video – to investigate everyday approaches that he extracts from the daily routines of the public and social space, basically the street and the Internet. A euphoric illusionism devoid of all power that, from the productive use of the absurd, enthusiastic (but not naïve) precariousness and the overcoming of the normative, proposes a work defined by a disbelieving and joking conceptualism that focuses its attention on the capacity of art to have a micro-political impact. Or, to put it another way, his work consciously forces the ridiculous under the parodic and anti-heroic mission of generating temporary fissures in our rhythms of life and thus altering what we believed to be certain.