A pozo negro is an excavation in the ground in the form of a well, lined by perforated walls that receives the discharge of black water. While the liquid part filters away into the ground, the solid part is retained until it is decomposed by bacteria. Modern life is corrupted by technology.
MIGUEL G. MORALES studied film in Madrid and the EICTV of San Antonio de los Baños, Havana, Cuba. His documentary work between 2001 and 2012 ranges from topics such as the generation of the Second Spanish Republic, linked to the magazine Gaceta de Arte and to surrealism (Aislados / Isolated, Maud, Monsieur Domínguez, En el ala del sueño / On the wing of sleep and Los mares petrificados / The petrified seas), to pieces on the artist César Manrique (TARO. El Eco de Manrique / The Echo of Manrique) or the writers José Saramago and Ignacio Aldecoa. Works that have been filmed in different countries and have been shown at international festivals and national art centres. Apart from the documentary genre, he has also worked in fiction and video creation.