" Avendaño and Patiño -and vicerveza-, between line and phoneme, word and image, the circulation -and also the ululation- of the interval, of the in-between, of the between two. Which is the same as saying: the interruption and, at the same time, the -endless- desire for reappropriation, for the suggestion in one of what comes from the other and from outside of oneself.
Next, Nietzsche said: «Why two? Why do you two speak to say the same thing? Because the one who says it is always the other». Rhythm between-two, short-circuit between writing and painting, word-image, this is Chaosmos: « Chaosmos allows us to inhabit the in-between ». Or, as John Cage would say in a whisper, and there can be no better sentence to finish: Water writes always in plural." - Alberto Ruiz de Samaniego.