Esther Ruiz sculpts light and gives it a material presence as bewitching as it is intriguing. Her simple vocabulary combines minimalist influence with the use of industrial materials and the tangy and seductive colors of Pop Art. Her series Wells, begun in 2014, presents itself as luminous installations with abstract and ambiguous shapes. The games of reflections invites oneself to enter another reality in constant change. These bizarre bodies evoke ancestral celestial or aquatic entities that captivate us. The watcher is pleasantly transported in this unreal space where the games of luminous echoes and altered perspectives seems to forbid us from escaping these intriguing pieces. Her sculptures, with meditative accents, invite the contemplation of space and time.