Sections of thin sutured rubber are deployed and suspended against a wall. Both flexible and rigid, it is the weight of the material that confers its form. The ambiguous material embodies in front of us like a living skin that dries and slowly fossilizes. This piece proposes a reflexion on the notion of presence in the world of forms and ideas by asking the question of our body’s deployment in space and time. It underlines the muted violence of our embodiment, the tragic futur of our physical existence.