Berlin Airplane, from Tropeço. To repeatedly go through the same spaces in our customary displacements, we naturally tend to stop seeing them in detail. We tend to see a whole that is equal, repetitive and boring, suppressing the ability to perceive the subtle changes with which the sum of the days sculpts the landscape. Mario Lalau goes against this discourse of the pasteurization of the global landscape.The camera acts as a propellant engine that is obstinately moving forward in this wanderer's displacement. Far from the usual photos of the accidental tourist in his images we do not see the city that is proud to show its monuments, its lush architecture, its historical landmarks. .When faced with his images we often laugh at our own beliefs and idiosyncrasies. An oblique way of seeing that can activate a decisive critique about our days pulling from the unusual and humor.