Thin silhouettes flutter in my memory, tanned little bodies almost naked jumping unpredictable from one rock to another next to a crystal clear stream.
All of them in glorious chaos, throwing themselves into the water to cure the suffocation. They are children with whom I grew up, naturally willing to risk immersing themselves in the unknown, seeking the genuine pleasure of the senses - of experimentation.
After a few quiet seconds under the water they return to the surface, showing themselves as new creatures, smoother and stronger, full of bravery after they have reached where the light can not. And without even recognising the fear or of course the possibility of error, they jump again.
Copper wire, golden metal pieces, white acetate sheets, transparent acetate, a light bulb. All recycled materials.