Under the skin (2010/11)

A remote or more probably imaginary idiom, whose sounds have been researched among distortions of violin strings, tractions of metal springs, synthesized sounds, sails driven by the winds.
Emerging from this heterogeneous material are gas jets, sulphureous substances in combustion, a blade cutting across a robust ancient fabric, overflows of a murky matter, a pair of eyes opening and fixing a mirage, the presentiment that nothing will be like before anymore, moving trains, submarine convoys, a girl with incandescent eyes sitting in one of these train coaches and travelling towards the furthest possible place, the frictions of metal wires guiding both her and the train to those far-away distances.