Fugaz (brief, fleeting) (1)
Reading Le Breton I discovered the following text: “The car driver is the man of oblivion: the landscape parading by his side, beyond the windscreen, but he feels nothing, in a kind of sensory anesthesia and hypnosis with the road “.
Making my way hypnotizes me, It floods my retina with colors behind the passing of time, along with other landscape elements: a bell tower, a tree, a boat, a shed … worlds that form a more or less abstract image, where maybe nothing is in place. We must not forget that the landscape changes with the different views that travelling provides.
I created colour fields that overlap each other, one after the other in time, shaping fleeting landscapes, fleeing and disappearing furtively.
“Matisse once remarked that one square centimeter of blue it is not the same than a square meter of the same blue”  my fleeting landscapes will never represent the vastness of space that they actually take in the infinity of my being.
From the silence I reinvent new landscapes, where I find shelter, where I hide, where I get lost …
I will keep walking, because “walking, slowly makes sense so it allows me to find the evidence to rediscover the world; often one walks to rediscover the center of gravity, which is lost as it has been away from itself. ” 
In Alfara I present a small selection of images that materialise in the universe that I have been creating in the last three years, slowly, stealthily, hiding from myself. Trying to avoid the slightest chance of contaminating the essence of the series “The depths of the soul, or Ensō o Silencio·s ”, which was shown a couple of years ago in this very room. But such is the respect I feel for this space, due to everything that it means to me, that I could not think of a better “container” to make a public presentation of my most intimate fleeting landscapes.
 Brief, Fleeting. 1. adj. running away and disappearing fast. (RAE)
 Le Breton, David. Walk eulogy. Siruela test library. 2015
 John Berger. Some small steps towards a theory of the visible. Ardora editions. 2009.
 Ibid. Le Breton.
 Presentation on September 30 in the SantaMaca Gallery. Alicante.