Making art for Pisit Suksiri is his way of practicing meditation. He makes repeated circles or writes an acronym which is the abbreviation of a Buddhist saying, "things that do not last are things that cause suffering, things that cause suffering are things that are intangible" over and over on hundreds of tiny pieces of paper. He will do it until he finishes the ink in a pen and then starts again with another one. He repeats the same process until he is content or feels that it is completed. Then he throws the paper away. He sometimes documents the works for research purposes. Although I feel that his repetitive process is quite similar to my work, what really impressed me the most is that his process of creation is so pure and free from any attachment to the value of art object. He literally throws his work away. This act, for me, increases the value and the visibility of the spirit and soul.