Mar de Dios's exhibition at the Aldama Fabre hall is a vindication of the complexity and richness of ceramics as a material, as a presence and as a language. The technique required to fire the clay to the exact degrees for the exact time and the introspection that such a delicately handcrafted process brings back memories that, like Sushi, Karate or Japanese earthquakes, have a solid echo full of nuances in the sincerity of their simplicity.