Suspended plastic bags filled with water, even air; these are some of the elements the artist has drawn from personal experiences and popular beliefs in his surroundings. Commonly used in tropical regions to repel flies and insects during mealtime, these experiences have served as the starting point for the artist’s work. Villabón elevates his artwork through imagination, reflecting from a dreamlike perspective what plastic represents in our lives. Through strokes and linear deconstruction, they depict objects that are always with us, elements that surround us and are involved in dreams and nightmares, influencing the way we observe and revealing our obsessions. The light on objects and surfaces made of different materials brings the paintings to life, depending on one's perspective. They represent forms that reside in our subconscious or in our customs, familiar figures and images. The artist always aims for each composition to convey ambiguous emotions and questions, provoking thoughtful reflections. The objects are luminous, yet empty and simultaneously very dark, even more so than the background.