In his continuing search, Forniés decided to develop this reflection by widening the references to signs to submit them later to creative intervention, since, as Heidegger said, "In the work
of art the truth of an entity has set itself to work" ( "Im Kunstwerk sei die Wahrheit ins gesetzt Werk "). The result is Constellations, the exhibition shown in Japan in late 2015 and later in
Singapore. Intending to investigate the interventions between nature and humanity, the works in this series are made on photographs of found textures, which are also placed spatially through
disclosing their precise coordinates, so that the final result represents not only plastic outcome of this process, but also the complete mapping of each of the elements that underlie the
work: again stripping the dialogue between essentiality and its veilings.
This is not his only way of progressing this line of inquiry, as we can see thanks to the various installations in 2016 exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in
Singapore. In the latests he also includes various elements that are the result of his interest in integrating sound into the art work (close to the formalistic conceptualisation of the artefact)
in connection with investigations being developed on unconventional materials in painting (Sydney University) and synesthetic relations between music and painting (LASALLE College of the Arts).