In the softly lit space, a viewer enters a surreal world on the brink of reality and apparition. Bread fragments serve as tangible, recognizable pieces, allowing the viewer to drift between consciousness and unconsciousness. Michele Zaza’s “Revealed Universe” is an epistemological and existential path to enlightenment and the comprehension of identity. The images of the piece push towards the viewer’s own introspection. The installation’s projected blue faces, covered by moving hands, are mobile masks suggesting the enigmatic inner being. They point to a search beyond space and time, to the realm of mythology. The dreamy dimension of Zaza’s work seeks the primal condition through memory and myth, which tie the artist’s contemporary body to a primitive iconography through the ritualistic elements of food and dreams.