I feel painting as a mean and a device capable of resignifying new questions, on the experience of inhabiting and vacating, on different relations with otherness. The tables are scenes taken and composed of a love offering, planned by a person or a group of people who wish the concretion of that delivery and the acceptance of the attendants, who don’t know each other and never seem to arrive. Since they are absent, the tension focuses on the crossing of objects and food, the moments prior to its consumption. On the other hand, some iconographic gestures are shown. They don’t intend to be the protagonists of the act itself, but to denote the symbol of the passing of time. In my work, I suggest an atmosphere of strangeness and inadequacy, an enigmatic component, blunt and awkward, or mainly of melancholy.