After being moved by work from the Spanish artist Antoni Tàpies Oriol knew he was going to dedicate his life to art. In his work, he is looking to awaken a subconscious state of the spectator in which the viewer reflects on what he sees and experiences. His latest work, Immersió, consists of a series of panels where the inner figure is immersed and the context of the figure differs in each works. He uses different techniques based on what works best for the work.
Oriol studied architecture and is an autodidact as an artist. He thought himself the history of art by traveling and visiting museums and with all the impressions he started painting in 2002. He works normally from his studio in Barcelona but also enjoys creating a workspace travelling and working with what is at hand. It challenges him.