After a long career doing 3D renderings for other architects, Victor Enrich
decided to give voice to his creativity, applying his digital skills to photography and embracing computer graphic as a form of art. The result is an eye-catching collection of impossible architectural landscapes – a hotel quietly hovers over the cityscape, a terraced house sits upside down, a skyscraper softly folds back on itself. Enrich’s manipulated architecture is sometimes unsettling, resembling a dystopian future where buildings come to life, inhabiting the same cities they are a constitutive part of, but there is no political or social message behind the Spanish artist’s images. Inspired by his travels, his unconditional love for the city and a desire to explore the possibilities of the form, his distorted buildings are a way to uniquely express himself.