Select a location in a natural environment,
create a human simulation related with the site
to leave it in that environment once finished.
Allow the appearance of the entity that makes possible the dialogue between the piece and the author.
Let the created object become an individual and change.
Supposedly, it is always the same, 
even if grass has sprouted again or if it has a new fissure.
It seems to show a new state each moment,
a response to the place it rests in.
Identity is an interval of change,
a succession of concretions,
a truce in a stare.
All forms of movement follow each other in a nearly imperceptible way.
Little things are omens of what will come in a larger scale.