“And it says that here nothing stirs, has never stirred, will never stir, except myself, who do not stir either, when I am there, but see and am seen” 

Molloy, Beckett S, Paris, Les Editions de Minuits, 1951

The End

The Opera emphasizes the influence and control that man exerts on the surrounding environment. There is a multifaceted message about market and system logic as a whole.




The work highlights the conjunction between man and nature in a tangle that reaches a moment of contrast, in which the setting built by man merges with the symbolic expression of life. 

“Nothing that happens to a man is ever natural, since his presence calls the world into question”.

Simone de Beauvoir