Salveson’s idea of the world and the things it contains is different from his contemporaries. His compositions are outside the classical canons. His mind seems to be beautifully following a different order of things and perspective. The domestic and banal objects are put together in surreal and unexpected constructions, yet they have a great lightness and humor. We look at a bush of ivy covered by a duvet, an army of buns surrounding what appears to be a stretched dough, a pink towel wrapped around a block forming an altogether alien thing. Everything is so bizarre and curious, we love it!