Our audiovisual work has its origins both in continued research and in the randomness of choices and affections. We find in the passion for the process of creating moving images a way to give life to our imagination and express our emotions, thoughts and reflections about being in the world. The attraction for editing, for filmic material and its composition and different ways of generating other worlds attracted us to experimental cinema due to its libertarian power and anti-system verve in opposition to the methods and modes of industrial production of conventional cinema. Our work largely deals with fusions, over-images, collages, etc. as the creation of a spatial and temporal labyrinth in which the sequential narrative orders are undoing and the images come to coexist as a mise en abyme, with the aim of losing referential. In loss lies the rest: the hope of being able to forge another matter and another free and powerful.