All along his artistic trajectory, Tito has based his creative research on his passion for organic processes. When he decided to make human hair sculptures, he gathered more than 2 tons of hair belonging to 400 000 people. A specially designed device uses water to agglutinate the hair, which then creates massive blocks that can be sculpted. With these blocks, Tito creates articulated sculptures in which the tension between the blocks and their relationship with space is essential.
These sculptures grouped under the title "HUMAN BEINGS" also go with drawings and a sound installation that imitates human murmuring. Thus, Tito is also considered a multimedia artist. His paintings and drawings include new technologies that illustrate his ideas on the evolution of organic matter. Tito's work has gone through several periods. Between 1985 and 1988, he developed the "HUMAN BEINGS" project. Between 1988 and 1993, he worked on the "ANIMALS" project, that includes sculptures and performances made out of animal bones he gathered near Jaca (Huesca). As of 1991, he began to work on videos and musical installations called "ORGANIC MALBIENT". Since 1995, he has devoted his time to large paintings that he considers as spaces where different energies collide.

Other important aspects of his artistic production are the performances and concerts in which he participates with musicians such as Atau Tanaka and Zbigniew Karkowski, two members of the Sensor Band, Masaki Iwana and Buto maestro, or with the multimedia artist, Sergio Caballero. By using very complex technologies, the perception and the intuition of these two artists come together to create multi-sensory atmospheres.
Tito's work has been supported by Gay Mercader during the last 14 years. He has worked constantly, but has remained distant from conventional art marketing circles.

Rosa martinez, art critic