“Leave the furrow when working the land” is the translation in Spanish of the Latin word de-lirare,
which seems like a letter from a poem or from folklore. I was interested in understanding the norm and normality and I discovered a poem when I met the delirious, with whom it rests or leaves the groove. By translating these searches into forms, I came across the egg and the brick and related them formally, symbolically and conceptually. The rough brick, geometric and modular, potentially something: a construction. The egg: beautiful, soft and modular, potentially something: a life. The two became a synthesis of the cultural and the biological. I then distributed these relationships in a numerical field to create a fiction that Darwin explains very well: There are organisms that reproduce and the progeny inherit characteristics of their parents; there are variations of characteristics if the environment does not allow all the members of a population to grow. The members of the population with less adapted characteristics are more likely to die, and those members with better adapted characteristics more likely to survive.