Creative, different and very interesting are the facilities of the Mexican artist Jeronimo Hagerman (Mexico City, 1967) that has been presented over the past few months in various stages of the Spanish geography. His work deals with nature and how it interacts with the art and ozone generator vice versa. In fact, the artist himself states in his thesis perfectly governing aesthetic and artistic production can be seen on their website. His work has developed around the analysis of the relationship that exists between the subject and abroad, emphasizing as create linkages between the individual and emotional nature. His pieces have covered some aspects of modern myths of civilization against the wilderness, among which are the domestication, the landscape as aesthetic value and the location of the human problems facing the human nature as opposed to part of nature. He started his career producing sculptural installations and photography ozone air purifier which documented the short distance sometimes between the artificial and natural. In 2010 he had an exhibition project of Murals. The Murals Practices contemporary Renaissance offers a panoramic murals practices today and the great diversity in this artistic field. Temporary wards of the Joan Miró Foundation will be the meeting place and create a group of contemporary muralists arrived from around the world. All these artists use the wall for great compositions, but each does so with a style and a voice of their own. From the traditional paintings of a group of women of ethnic Soninke, from Djajibiné (Mauritania) to the compositions of the Swedish interactive Jacob Dahlgren, past the walls of the Mexican plant Jeronimo Hagerman, among others, the sample allows us to check the validity ozone generators and constant renewal of a format that has accompanied the creation of man from time immemorial. When an artist is willing to create a green space, has plenty of creativity and enjoys great sense of composition, nothing puts you ahead, not even the tiled floor do not let anything grow – and this is what have given Jerónimo Hagerman to create a delicate Here and now Radical Garden in the Atrium of San Francisco of Mexico City, meters of floor paved nondescript gray, where nothing can grow in normal conditions. For this reason, this artist of urban gardens, has had to enforce a multitude of containers recycled truck tires and industrial drums, which has placed all the vegetation of the garden, developing a beautiful composition in which a bird’s eye view, be seen circles of different sizes within the cualesse planted giant bamboo, water lilies and microdermabrasion machine grass of intense shades of green. Another chance to enjoy temporary green spaces in cities like Madrid is when where the gray spreads like a virus, for all public spaces. In the rest of the work of this artist gardener, has also thought a lot about urban spaces both interior and exterior, with little chance of developing natural life in them.