In the dream


Robalo and Cecchini create in the instant of their inspiration, carrying out a catharsis; a liberation during the making of the pieces. Among their frequent themes are childhood memories. For this reason, little girls are recurring characters, although they have a mysterious air and serious faces; they seem absorbed in their thoughts. These are not strictly allusions to the authors' childhood, but it is worth paying attention to the question of childhood, since, to allude to the surrealist theorist André Breton - in his First Manifesto of Surrealism - it is synonymous with freedom: ''childhood, in which everything concurred in the effective and unrestricted possession of oneself''.