In search of the concept of identity, the artist begins a journey directly connected to the past and the present. An identity's fluidity comes from the ability to change its form, either through our own eyes or through the eyes of Others.
The island of Keros is a reference point in this search for the definition of identity, having changed "form" in the light of the stories of its people - those who claim that its form on the map resembles a woman. This definition may have been given in the past, but it continues to "converse" with the present, through the "memories" of the figurines found on the island and the creatures of the modern world. With an undefined form and a fluid identity, the creatures "look" at Keros from Koufonissi, searching for their own "belonging" in a constantly evolving conversation.