A brain divided into two hemispheres: creativity and intuition on the right side, while the left side houses rationality and analysis. The corpus callosum that divides them is known as the cortex, mediator between the two universes.
Cortex is a visual experimentation laboratory whose aim is to work from the hypothesis of "visual simultaneity", a way in which several schemes are processed at the same time, thus avoiding working from the conventionalism of the linearity of completing one process to continue with the next. Cortex intends to use the instant as a detonator of micro-accelerations chained from sudden and continuous experimentation. The contradictory end of these accelerations is to find the pause as an end, reflection and aesthetic experience. Hemispheres in function of short and dynamic displacements, as an intense and immediate propellant of impulses.
As an analogy: to get out of the stratosphere, a very powerful propellant of extremely flammable fuel is used to generate a strong thrust, to be jettisoned, to make possible the journey to distant and unexplored places, such as scientific research in space or long-range projects.
This program poses the short-circuit between the fast and dynamic micro-accelerated production, with a parallel undercurrent of reflection, which at some point, in each case is different and unpredictable, that brings together and feeds creation.