Kurar grew up in a rapidly changing world. A natural inspiration in a work that gives a gentle and critical look at the ways of a society that is perhaps advancing too fast and where an increasingly tense social and political climate is needed. Our everyday life is rich ... The ever-increasing flow of images, the ever more commonplace events and a globalization that seems to have become irreversible in every direction. A source of observation that dissects Kurar in a meticulous work that evolves in parallel with our daily life. It is because we must know where we come from to understand the present and orient our future that the aesthetics of Kurar uses the softness of the images of a childhood of the beginning of last century. This softness contrasts powerfully with raw images of a current social reality that would have been unimaginable 100 years ago. Is it because our generation is suffocated by injustices on which it can no longer act, or is it because the media force us to no longer see enough space to dream of a better future? In any case, Kurar offers us contrasts that mirror the freedoms offered or suppressed and the price (s) of a life in a world that subjects it implacably to its own rhythm.