The sculptures "Sunflowers" explore the theme of the Earth's movement. They are conceived as a slow production process, starting with sowing and following the annual cycle of seasons.

The intention of these works is to manifest a vision that goes beyond the horizon of the visible, emphasizing that the invisible presents itself to our eyes objectively even through a flower, or in everyday life. In fact, the arrangement of seeds inside the flower demonstrates the concretization of the Earth's movement and its relationship with the sun and the moon.

Interpreting the name literally, Sun/Flower, the works are like small "floral suns" that maintain this connotation even in the objective process of their formation through the technique of metal micro-fusion; in summary, they become suns in themselves before assuming the final form, passing through a temperature of 1300 degrees, which manifests as blinding and white light.