There are things we feel and see but that are not there,they don't exits, they are the result of suggestion - or go whatsoever - somehow, we invent or perceive them. On the other hand, there are things that are there and we can no see or feel. Maybe we don't know how to, or we just don't want to.
Is there a relationship between inside and outside? Does public start where private ends? It is not so simple. At first glance, we might think of a spatial concept, but if we think about concepts like body, nature, memory or property? These are very relative and subjective concepts, it is a matter of perception.
You and I could be together, having coffee. But abstraction makes it so ambiguous that I could feel alone, if I perceive you elsewhere, distant, despite our physical proximity.
Hay cosas que sentimos y vemos pero que no están ahí, no existen; fruto de la sugestión - o vete tu a saber - aparecen o nos las inventamos. Por otro lado, hay cosas que están ahí y no podemos, queremos o sabemos ver, ni sentir.
Existe una relación entre interior y exterior? Empieza lo público donde acaba lo privado? No es tan sencillo. A primera vista podríamos pensar en un concepto espacial pero, y si partimos de conceptos como el cuerpo, lo natural, la memoria o la propiedad? Son conceptos muy relativos y subjetivos, es cuestión de percepción.
Tu y yo podríamos estar juntos, tomando un cafe. Pero la abstracción lo hace tan ambiguo que yo podría sentirme solo si percibo que tu ‘estas’ en otra parte, distante, a pesar de nuestra proximidad física.

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