The creative drive of Loreto Martínez Troncoso (Vigo, 1978) emerges from behind language and occurs in the action as a privileged position from where to explore the tight-knit relationships of the performance with its historicity, with its present. The artist builds an outstanding conceptual work based on the complex exploration of the codes of orality, of gesture, of writing, with which she formulates scenes which permit a direct relationship between art and life, between artist and spectators, forever questioning these roles within the framework of art as an institution tangentially; with an obsessive rhetoric which interrogates the place and its inhabitants, dependent upon temporality, on the work in progress.