Spanish photographer and filmmaker Sergio Belinchón creates works that associate with human habitats, either directly or indirectly. Two untitled photographs here, part of a nine-piece project, remind viewers of human pioneering, by showing paved roads in the middle of deserts. One wonders if at the end of these trails lie glorious cities or abandoned villages; if they lead to lives of our era, or decades back, or even forward into an uncertain future. It is exactly this kind of questioning that perhaps led to infrastructure being laid on such barren lands, or maybe it was out of desperate necessity. These photographs are intuitively simple yet extraordinarily quizzical-- elements of curiosity that guide us to man-made miracles, for better, or for worse.