Oil on canvas, 41x27cm, 2006.

Without depth there is no way, and without a way we can reach neither our own language nor the path it resolves. So losing depth means losing the peace we have when knowing the steps to take, and means to becoming puppets of somebody else's way which, at the same time is not in their own. So all of us come back finally to a superflous bond of illogical sharing that make us banal and ridiculous.

So, losing depth in life means losing life in itself and the best of it.