|Ibrahim Miranda adapted his installation to the fact that his venue was the home of a Cuban family who could have continued living there throughout the exhibition. He »decorated« a bedroom with his own works and hung large-format pieces in the yard, as though they were hanging on the line to dry. The design uses motives from his earlier woodcuttings. Some elements are interpretations of the Afro-Cuban religions and their symbols. In other work, one sees the religious iconography of Mexico, where Miranda lived for a while.