In the dim light of the exhibition the objects, liberated from their original functions, send their prophecy to a world that is too busy.
The many variations with which each is allowed to expand its uniqueness evoke faraway horizons, bring forth a universal education available to all.
In the array of characters or in a sort of foreshadowed impulse to dance we can recognise an allusion to some personal opportunity.
The set generates a rhythm, if we just look from the round to the pointed shapes, from the smooth to the rough surfaces, from the frozen saplings to the dangling minnows, from the delicate movements of a washer to the peremptory gesture of a spear.
Small choreographies or fearful squads of Samnite warriors regain their strength in the company of the essential frame of Manhattan-style skyscrapers.
Someone is in the background, perhaps to make sure her creatures keep their position and behave themselves in this performance of redemption and transfiguration, perfect in the dim light of the ancient convent.