To see or to burn # 2004The sequence of paintings, articulated from the dilemma that the title articulates, extends the premise of the first term: to see, inviting vision beyond what is apparent at first sight. Whoever looks, in this case, becomes the involuntary witness, participant with their own experiences, sensations and thoughts in the scene they contemplate. In this manner, within the situations that the paintings offer, there is much more: all that the vision of the other contains. Their own imaginarium from what they have read, lived or seen will become what awakens in the painting. That is the moment in which the observer understands the figure of the witness as the ferment of conscience and of our common memory doomed to repeat the mistakes of history if we do not take responsibility for it.