"Your life must be your work of art. To me, the work is not a goal, but a way. I  insist that an artwork is like a laceration, like to open yourself your own soul.  Art is not made to solve problems, but to create them. Any aesthetic manifestation that does not have, at least the intention, of altering the  established norm doesn't go beyond being a simple supporter of the current state of things. Only an aesthetic that disrupts the established codes can survive  creating images- with concepts capable of competing with the permanent barrage of images and messages that we are exposed to. We must create images that lodge themselves in the collective unconsciousness, create new icons that are capable of competing with this invasion of images and reply to the needs required by the social moment that we are living."