Isaac Cordal is a Spanish artist who lives in Brussels and Galica. He makes sculptures and takes photo’s in public spaces and is mostly known for the miniature figures he places in the public space. Cordal’s little figures can be found in the most unusual and unlikely places like gutters, facades of buildings or the roof of bus shelters.
His little figures criticize the behavior of people, for example the role of humans in climate change. The figures usually represent businessmen which you can recognise by their briefcases and costumes. As a viewer you might imagine their situation, their free time, the waiting on busses or even their more tragical moments. The uncertainty of these anonymous figurines which are located at the height of the feet of passers-by are the nomadic scrap of an incomplete society. Cordal is an urban interventionist just like Jaune, not an installation artist.