The exhibition of Bruna Esposito, Sergio Sarra and Richard Van Buren, shows apparently different and independent works, but with an important thing in common: the space. Each artist establishes a relationship with the space and reveals a side of it through his presence. The artists’ temporary cohabitation is like a poetic machine that creates different transpositions of the place into a metaphorical dimension. Bruna Esposito choose uncommon materials for an artistic communication. She placed a piece of ground on the corridors floor with a sanpietrino stone above it, as this was a new sacred image. Sergio Sarra instead, prefers drawing signs on some dislocated parts on the walls. A gymnast did harmonic motions, as part of an invisible volume, drawing imperceptible trajectories. Van Buren establishes his relationship with the space through works that are in balance between natural and unnatural, putting them on the walls. In this way, the artists link together their different works, creating a space that has shown its abstract soul. In this abstract place, the viewer’s and the artist’s imagination can meet and change into a metaphorical look with just one meaning.