The gallery of micro-sculptures in the form of a nail, dedicated to philosophers and their faces, invites us to reflect on the concept of the individual. The portraits are all in some way individual and universal, men and women famous in the history of thought, transformed into ethereal archetypes or dense with matter. These powerful figures in the history of humanity have been reduced by the artist to the limits of perception, like indistinct grains in the perennial surf of thought. Philosophers from various eras gather together on the walls of the exhibition spaces to form a sort of impossible symposium, a picture gallery without paintings, a gallery without works. An installation apparently made of nothing but full of reflective ideas and hint for the narration.