Participating in two of the four paths of the exhibition (Total recall and Disobedience), Rub Kandy offers us the construction of a new city starting from scrap elements left by a centuries-old city. A work that never reiterate itself and shows similarity to the place where it was created. While the recycled polystyrene wrappers taken from the city are the basic module from which the artist started, the concrete is the element that gives shape to the work. The result is monolithic, orderly and apparently unalterable. Its form is the result of what has been given back and then found. In another place and time this may well be different.