It is lived to do and is done to live, thinking that it does not get lost the time, but inevitably the time’s running out and gets lost, because this one is never stopped. But what would we do, if we could return the time fifteen minutes, two hours or more? Maybe we would do the same thing: To try to do more, taking advantage of the possible maximum thing this space of time. Because of it, this offer is a metaphor in which the wear or the use of the time, it is also an accumulation of hours, minutes and seconds that remain registered as evidence of the passage of time; times that become exhausted to fill or to complete a time. A time full of past.
- Ligia Amparo Escobar, Colombia