Ceramic, peridot, Raku glaze, Silver
Third part of memory
Our memory becomes fragmentary in a historical relationship. The first part is that of the short-term memory, of the past events we lived through.
The second is the one told by our parents, grandparents, or documents from the last millennium, to which access has become extremely easy.
The last part of memory is a collective memory, revealed by recent discoveries, which appeals to the primary human brain, revealing common elements both old and present, which leads us to an area of transcendent nonphysical communion. Here they bring to the fore archaic construction elements, archeological sites, menhirs, cromlehi, puquios, etc.