By invoking different myths, codified interactions and social practices, the exhibition’s journey brings artists closer to the interventions fed by symbolic references. You have to see back and forth as a flow, a continuous swing, between installations and situations which in turn arouse a feeling of admiration or control over the one who perceives them. The ritual, in what is most repetitive, sequenced and regular, thus operates a strong and sensitive link between the different works on offer. The gallery space, in its design and layout, becomes a passage where the artist transforms into a legitimate mediator, without however serving any particular belief or goal, except to think of a relationship with objects and to the gestures that rule our lives. We can see there a celebration of creation in its most primitive, instinctive, by a quasi-transcendental approach: like a social magic, the artistic gesture allows the common and the banal to become sacred. The use of sometimes simple, raw or organic materials accentuates the vernacular character of the whole, which is however counterbalanced by neat or manufactured achievements.