Felicidad Moreno's abstract, pictorial meditations on color and shape have begun to garner attention outside her native Spain. Here, Moreno steps into a new arena with a series called hipnÓtico, captured brilliantly in this innovative concertina-folded book. Moreno's giant digital prints and projections are revelatory. Transforming color and shape through technology, Moreno manipulates light and form along an outsized canvas, blending kaleidoscopic spirals, botanical shapes and animal-like figures to produce intimate discoveries among the play between light and dark. Through careful display of these entrancing works, this small, textless book brings readers what Rafael Doctor, director of the MUSAC in León, Spain, calls Moreno's "life song sung through the energy of forms and the reflection on light as an expanded element."