In this downward spiral, which both Barcelona writers undertook years ago, we wonder how much more they can reduce the decorations on their walls without them losing their meaning.
Giving them their due attention, their walls remind us of situations where the observer’s brain fills in meaning where there appears to be a void. This perspective gives a new depth, the simplicity of their offering.
Basically if these writers were chefs, they’d be cooking up creativity mixed with some of their classic ingredients, transforming textures and traditional presentations to intensify their flavor. In other words, their dishes would be what the gastronomy world refers to as deconstruction.