The graphic exploration that Miguel Guitart has developed for the last 20 years ventures into questions of geometry, light, texture and boundaries. These geometric and texturized limits draw and delimitate spaces of transition, ambiguously placed between an inside and an outside that are never alluded to in explicit ways, but only as tacit intermediate situations. These material and geometric constructions evidence some major architectural questions that concern the author, and deal almost constantly with some sort of duality: negative - positive, light - shadow, mass - void, heavy - light. The elements that integrate the permanent duality of the different pieces float in the air of a spatial emotion. These compositions define places for withdrawal, inspiration, seclusion, and it could be said that the graphic work realized by Miguel Guitart approaches narrative qualities, as it describes inaccessible built worlds, only exposed to thought and emotion.