The work of artist Esther Ferrer (San Sebastian, Spain, 1937) moves between action art, collage, photography, drawing and sound work. Her work is inscribed within the minimalist and conceptual currents initiated in the sixties of the twentieth century, as well as in the feminisms of the time and dematerialized art. Ferrer is one of the main representatives and pioneer of performance art in Spain, as well as a committed feminist whose artistic and theoretical production has contributed to give visibility to the problems associated with women. Through her body, placed in a central place in her practice, she has made visible issues such as temporality and spatiality of creative processes, movement, transformations and randomness. Her works, both objectual and corporeal, combine influences from multiple disciplines and manifest the artist's inclination for humor and absurdity.