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2001-2003This period is defined by David Moraton's stay in Hannover, Germany to study in the Fachhochshule Art Faculty. Here he felt freedom and independence, and could widely breath not only from the rich german artistic and philosophic tradition (Romanticism, Vitalism, Expressionism) but also from eastern philosophies. It was a bloom of creativity and production. Mainly works in very small size, that paradoxically give an "oceanic feeling". This is revealed through wide-angle perspective views on both space and time, and through symbols like clouds, sea and spiral storms, that represent a Nature in constant flow and dynamism, where opposite forces coexist and melt. It's a very conceptual, symbolic art, yet full of empathy and identification with Nature at macrocosmic scale.