By taking people and objects out of context, Jaume Serra turns everyday scenes or landscapes into surrealist worlds. One could claim that many of his works have a purely visual, esthetics purposes; of a simple observation of a set of elements that arranged in a certain manner he create something strange, rare or fantastic. But in the background of each piece we find from hidden ideas to very personal messages, covering every square inch. Clear messages such as his love for music or his interest in outer space help him create very personal places. His preference for setting off antagonistic worlds and elements against one another and the pleasure he derives from substituting human heads for simple objects, can point towards a kind of rejection to the dehumanization of the species. Loneliness, nostalgia, fears, dreams, uncertainty, love, humor and color.