Susana Solano doesn’t involve herself in the things around her. Instead, she observes and captures the breath of those things through her experiences and injects life into her work. It materialises into objects where the meditation and the feeling prevail. The artist even began to consider the sculpture as a journey in time. She explains: « Art hides the true meaning of time. The time, which leads to silence, to memory lapse and to loss… Art belongs to the canvas, which holds the temporal, to the lights, which brightens it, and to the gazes willing to be drag along with it. The experiences of life are numerous. Only a few manage to enter the core of the existence as an arrow into a target. It reaches consequently some neurological parts of our brain, which constitute the container for our actions and thoughts; that specific and intimate place where lays our emotions. Those profound experiences (ours) are completely transformed deliberately or unconsciously into a universe controlled by memory and image. The memory’s image is stocked outside of time, freely drifting, appearing or disappearing willingly.