Alberto Marin’s work is presented through the architectural landscape. The spaces that appear are public spaces in urban areas. The buildings and spaces exhibit various characteristics of the place, from ticket buildings to public buildings and vacant lands. The urban space of the city that should be hustling and bustling actually has an “absence” of human activities. In the absence of human activity, public spaces eventually become private spaces. Marin’s work also questions the arrangement of architectural spaces with intentions that refer to the usability of the space for human footprints. Marin’s work builds a relationship between the private and the public and the personal and the group.