The apparent statism of solid forms creates an illusion of rigidity in existence. This illusion reinforces the human tendency to define the visible, define the perceptible to consolidate it within a category. Our propensity for labeling our environment, generates a sum of characteristics that add a burden and a weight to the form, addressing the same imprisonment of it. The social conventions in which we are immersed, lead us to a continuous self-determination of our being, which little by little we mold ourselves as sculptures that finally solidify and take a definitive form. This is the way to turn it into a last moment that hinders our movement within the ephemeral of existence. Rigidity, product of a macroscopic appreciation of the world, at the same time synthesizing it and carrying it out at the subatomic level, shows us that everything is in continuous vibration, in continuous mutation.