This artwork consists of a crane and a floating textual weight at the top; the circumference is overflowing with everyday words and numbers. Randomly arranged are prices, service offerings (all taken from flyers collected on the streets and then traced), transcriptions of medication instructions, blender usage guides, water service receipts, phrases from calligraphy books, and textual fragments of the Peruvian constitution.

This work visually represents the burden of linguistic structures, the immense grammatical matter that oscillates over and within us, like an invisible weight that rests on our cells and codes our feelings, perceptions, and reality.