There is a sense of imminent tragedy in our lives. In this desolate place, we are confronted with an idea of destruction, perhaps due to the riseof the waters. Facing the calm and serenity characteristic of deserted anduninhabited places, we discover a vast area punctuated by figures formed from the waters' movement.
This desolate place is the image of a near future that we have already seen, read and imagined. In this place, the figures of chance are presented in a very close relation between heaven and earth. Nothing exists between them ... This union is an evident reality that, as with belief, reassures us when meeting the most adverse realities. In their scale, they seem to be erected monuments that refer us to forms of adoration of the unknown, of what is to come.
What happened in this place and eventually in the world is our responsibility and if in these images we do not find traces of human presence, we discover signs of our tragedy.
The earth's natural movement transforms and renews life. This perpetual movement of the water that goes back and forth creates figures of chance, objects that present themselves before us as figures of a probable future.