Simualcrum is a project consisting of a series of photographs with its theoretical base in the work of Roland Barthes, Jean Baudrillard and other authors influential in contemporary photography. In this series, the photographer analyses the difficult relationship that photography has had with the theory of reality from its beginnings. "Every photograph is a fiction that can't be presented as true" (Fontcuberta, Joan. El beso de judas: fotografía y verdad. Gustavo Gili, 2002). Through staging characters the photographer tries to construct a narrative in which the key idea is to copy reality so the photograph becomes in its own right a parallel truth, a simulacrum or a hyper-reality. Most of the images are composed with digital treatments in the same manner as other mediums such as painting constructs an image. With a strong cinematographic presence, the images are invaded by enigmas and questions without answer.