Eder Sánchez is a Spanish architect and visual artist. While he was working in India as an architect, he discovered his interest in spiritual form which marked his way of perceiving art. After his experience in India, he decided to train as an architectural visualization artist in London. It was around this time, he started his career as a visual artist, leaving his profession as an architect. However, his architectural past would take him to investigate and work with geometry as a means of expression.
Sánchez states that art is a balance between beauty and spirit. Among the non-visible and visible; physical and mental part, he continues to mature in the harmony of both parties, seeking the intangible part of the art by means of physical beauty.
In 2015, Sánchez began to develop his work, using his obsessive taste for the spiritual form, an obsession manifested through geometry. By 3D modelling, he investigates various dialogues established between geometric figures. Subsequently, they are digitally edited to create images of the conceptual character. The simplicity of the composition seems to have the ability to freeze time and quieten the mind, inviting the viewers to reflect on their thoughts and memories.