Silvia’s collection was presented as a sort of hymn to mother nature: trying to celebrate her history, the collection has been divided in different chapters that show how in the beginning she was flourishing and powerful but then, thanks to mankind, she underwent a transformation, until regaining possession of her own destiny.
I interpreted this collection as a scream of rebellion by nature personified by a woman, creature that shares the same fate as her since women always had to fight for their rights and independence.
This mystical creature, almost resembling a nymph, creeps inside abandoned buildings and cracks on the ground in order to gain her freedom once again. The tone is quite sombre and it seems like at any moment her vital force will be unleashed and destroy everything that surrounds her. Main character and core of this narrative, this vigorous spirit achieves her happy ending finally breaking free from the invisible strings holding her.