On the base of a pyramid, the most sublime symbol of Ancient Egyptian memorial art, the artist Cocomir place three bronze swallows providing a marvellous allegory of companionship.
With their graceful beauty and elegance, the birds accompany the living memory of the loved one in the most beautiful tribute imaginable. The swallows are made of bronze finished with different patinas, whilst the pyramid and container are of corten steel.
In Japan there is the belief that the passage between life and death, between the underworld and the other world, it is the crossing of a river. The boulders that surface above the water help us walk over the river and show us that path to the afterlife.