Valeriano Lopez Dommguez was born in Granada in 1963 and studied at the University of Granada. His main focus was on public painting and design. He was a member of a collec¬tive without a fixed name, in which the idea of the author was cancelled out in a joint project. At the School for Film and Television in San Antonio in 1994, he made an advertisement aimed at increasing awareness of lesbian and gay communities. His first animation film, Estrecho Adventure (1996), reflects his long-standing interest in the Spanish/Moroccan border, and is used in Spanish schools for educational purposes. The CD ROM Pasaporte (2001) takes the theme of borders into virtual spaces. Lopez's imaginative work refers to conditions in Andalusian society and has been shown at film festivals and art exhibitions, mainly in Spain.