Fulgurite is a structure formed after lightning strikes in the sand or other rock. This natural phenomenon has frozen in time and turned into a laconical image. Its invasiveness, emphasized by its color and clear graphic form, immediately engages in a complex relationship with the landscape.

At the same time, an object more than 2 meters high, made of branches, wood, and phosphorescent scotch, accumulates solar energy during the day and transforms it into a phosphorus glow at night. In turn, the artwork is another reminder of how different objects, phenomena and relationships between them interact in the environment at different levels.