a 400 square metres space. the external, translucent walls strained by the weight of the water. unveil, from the outside, a play of light and shade. a platform of raw fir boards holds up the architecture. black sheets define a passage where a silent rain of light and water invites the visitor, protected with a raincoat, to go across it. at the end of the gallery, the space relaxes in the pause of the square, where the altalena, luminous swings, sittings to stop by and rest, rock with their light that moves and sways. on the ground, unordered thoughts, apparently accidental. they re-unite and come back to life into the white book.