"In the midst of a gloomy panorama that haunts national art, the group Cisne Negro, formed by five artists in the works of Óscar Barra, José Duarte, Miguel Ángel Huerta, Iván Véliz Villalobos and Aldo Alcota, emerges like a tenacious and brilliant winged horizon they proclaim colors as sounds, characteristic of a panegyric overture of the imagination ".
The painting in Black Swan is an example of iconographic fascination derived from risk and grown in the flowery garden of Surrealism, a movement that has been reviled and poorly studied in Chile for a long time. Our design is to project into the sparkling dark cloak of night, worldviews of five thaumaturges “where life and death, the real and the imaginary, the past and the future, the communicable and the incommunicable, the high and the low, leave of being perceived as contradictory ”(André Breton, Second Manifesto of Surrealism, 1930). This Black Swan is not intended to be decoration of anything. He wants to shake the human mind.