A print requires making a plate, itself a slow process that demands precise and well thought out lines, together with a certain kind of work discipline. I wished to slow my gesture down and channel it into particular projects. It also seemed interesting to take a print as a starting point in order to make variations of colour or line, adding a collage here or leaving some areas blank there, exhausting all the plate expressive possibilities. This multiplicity using one same image allows to develop the concept of interaction-transformation across whole series, and also the thought of composed works conquering a space, turning it into an intervened space. In this way the works could be understood as an accumulation of fragmented perceptions from another, larger reality.