In 1990, I had a very personal
experience that made me think of the permanent and unchanging aspects of all things and minds, including my own. This experience led me to the issues of 'time and memory.' Above all, I am interested in
the traditional sense of time in Latin America, especially 'time pools' and their connection to feelings of memory. The 'stain' in my work is the memory that you can see. I try to make the stain beautiful,
attracting peoples' attention. I do not endow my work with material permanency. Though my work transforms itself with time,
I do not record the process of transformation.