In 2015 I had access to several Maasai objects from an anthropological museum to create a series of images about the iconography of a tribe through its objects and the trivialization of something authentic through the image. I wanted to know if I could turn into icons or clichés some everyday objects that uses the people of a society who are not yet subject to Western consumerism and who is not familiar with this type of representation. As the images were made thousands of kilometers from where the tribe lives and without contact with any member thereof, the trivialization of that culture through image is twice. With this series I intend to show that the image creates and destroys equally. On the one hand it creates consciousness of something, it says that something exists, but that consciousness is violated by the image itself and its partial meaning, so it does not tell us the truth. Moreover, it gives us a false picture when taken out of context, as in this case.