Grotesque # 2000The most complex aspects of existence and the hidden details of human behaviour can be expressed through metaphors which we can discover in fiction. Clowns, puppets, tight-rope walkers, comedians, dolls, monsters, all of them characters disguised as persons and persons that seem to mask another identity. The props build the stage design of each small happening in an equally metaphorical manner, since it is really a matter of ropes, crystals, threads, sleeves, masks, featherless wings, paper bags…, and her role, precisely, is not that of decoration but of suggesting clues to be able to understand a reality that seems undecipherable, and therefore, immovable. Each happening narrated manifests the need of a change of attitude opposed to the usual comformism. However, it is not simply a personal change before a psychological trauma that affects a single individual but rather, the crisis goes beyond, since each fragment in the guise of painting represents a fragment of society in minimal stories and in its reflection, those who contemplate it.