Cities grow every day, every hour. Endless and impersonal hives, provided with all the commodities that anyone might (or might think to) need.
Cities are like XX Century’s El Dorado, the only life choice that this greedy-for-growth society proposes to us.
In the meantime, small villages are beginning to vanish. There are more than 8.000 villages across Spain’s territory. Six in ten are at risk of extinction.
«Your small town» is now pushed aside, like a childhood memory or a summer at your grandparents’ house. Villages are like a bunch of weird banners scattered across the roads that connect big cities.