Reading Le Breton I discovered the following text: ‘The car driver is the man of oblivion: the landscape parades beside him, beyond the windscreen, without him feeling anything, in a kind of sensory anesthesia and hypnosis on the road’.
‘To make way’ mesmerizes me, colours flooding through my eyes underlie the passage of time, along with other elements of the landscape: a bell tower, a tree, a boat, a cabin… worlds that make up a more or less abstract image, where perhaps nothing is in place anymore. We must not forget that the landscape is modified with different points of view, provided by travelling itself.
I create fields of colour which overlap one layer on top of another, one after another in time, giving shape to fleeting landscapes that run away and disappear furtively. ‘Fugaz’ is part of a project in which I investigate the concept of image from the transience of transit in the constant journey of life.
The sum of visual experiences is summed up in this work, halfway between the abstraction of Rothko’s colour field and/or Sean Scully.
I understand abstraction as the best element to show the viewer landscapes which are built inside of me, with the superposition of veiled layers, or semi veiled, allowing to see a referent that I review, analyze and syncretize in an image.
‘Matisse once pointed out that a square centimeter of blue is not the same as a square meter of the same blue’. My fleeting landscapes will never represent the immensity of the space they actually occupy in the infinity of my being.
From silence I reinvent new landscapes, where to shelter, where to hide, where to lose myself…
I will continue walking, because ‘walking slowly makes the sense that will allow us to rediscover the evidence of the world; often walking rediscovers a centre of gravity, lost by being removed from oneself’.
In CMAE I present a selection of images that specify part of the universe I have been creating for the last 3 years, little by little, sneaking, hiding from myself.
Trying to avoid the slightest possibility of contaminating the essence of the series ‘Silence’, which, together with ‘Fugaz’, make up the essence of my transit. Because, as Ludwig Wittgenstein says, ‘The limits of my language are the limits of my own world’.
 Le Breton, David. Elogio de Caminar. Biblioteca de ensayo Siruela. 2015
 Berger John. Algunos pasos hacia una pequeña teoría de lo visible. Ediciones Ardora. 2009.
 Ibidem. Le Breton.