Writting on sand can be dangerous. It led Archimedes to his death; he was murdered, precisely, by a brutal dagger that of a Roman soldier. The dagger pierced the sage’s body while he was gazing at the geometric figures he had drown in the soil in Syracuse. It can also be very dangerous to lean on the edge of the irrational...
This proposal is a consequence of the "Sand Pass" Project. It alludes to what Pablo Amster said before. It is what was written in the sand and it was diluted.
It is a succession of stratified wefts that build the aesthetic text.