Many theorists argue that silence does not exist because it is an abstract concept. Where is the silence? What shape does it have? John Cage put this concept into an experiment in its symphony "4,33" in which not even a minimal sound of any instrument is performed. Silence comes up when there is no discernible sounds, but there is always something sounding.
Silence is not being quiet, lies in the balance beyond the fact of making sounds. In Javier´s work the repetitive processes of basic and abstract elements, such as the point or the succession of lines, can be interpreted as close analogies to mantric concentration exercises seeking balance.