" The act of looking causes an excited perplexity in me. I can’t get used to anything that I see, and so nothing bores me and nothing entirely convinces me. The manifestation of the visible is renewed every instant, although the appearances and our natural tendency to safety and protection lead us to think that we have found a valid, everlasting formula to interpret the world. It seems that this formula – normally dressed as culture – is determined to be a sort of armour-plating against something that we are fascinated by and that we fear: change, uncertainty, the unknown, the future. That culture we turn to often operates as a suit of armour, sunglasses, boots, a compass, airconditioning apparatus or an umbrella and ends up preferring to be a prosthesis that protects us from the rough weather of life’s meaninglessness ."
"My academic training is a Fine Arts Degree in the University of Granada (Spain) and a few more courses taken in other places, but my real training consists in kilometres drawn and scrawled on papers, desks, dusty car windscreens, misted up glasses, floors, sidewalks, asphalt, toilet doors, chalkboards and canvases over the last 40 years."