I follow and I record the process of logging and treatment of the timber.
I collect information about the birth and the growth of forestall trees.
I lay out dynamic relations between the significances “trunk-body” and “tree-body”. I record the circle of life of the tree, borrowing verbal action of the human body.
Placing the human body in this circle, in order to follow it, I record the actions that codes each moment of this circle.
Using as material, the timber, I construct verbal metaphors, creating symbols that recount the moments, the phases of circle of the life of the wooden trunk. This procedure, products a model that represent the successive stages of this circle.
Using this model as starting line, I produce a version of free habitation in the forest. A construction that can be a shelter or a provisional lodging. This construction is faced as an installation and takes advance, for its construction, the timber in units of anthropometric dimensions, restoring the relation of “trunk- body”.