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If my memory is subjectified for images produced by the memories, it is also endorsed by the objective of the exact memory that these objects were, by relating my own existence with the time elapsed during the performance of each of these work. These existential approaches related to conceptual approaches of “work time” place me in a precise time in the part of that reality. And they work as a pretext to plot my brain and continue imagining the future, which I’m sure I will raise the question:
What have I done?
(Art because [I am an artist) because I make art]
specifying the intention
the underlying need.
José Carlos Balanza
The portrait is a reflection on the many images that segregates the experience of living. It is also an attempt to record what we like to be, a perennial image out of the bite of time.
The experience time gives us is really revealing, the image we have of ourselves, sometimes does not match with the one that the mirror presents; that is a caricature that describes the inescapable fate. That’s why we want to define reality and how we can record it.
We are matter that interpellates, this is how we experience the dynamic experience of life, as the inner part distills between things we do and what we want and love.
We are made of silence and oblivion, we are boxes that sometimes reverberate lights.