The work was born as a tribute to the “Xennials” generation identified by the Australian sociologist Dan Woodman, that of those born between 1977 and 1983. So that they can take inspiration to tell to the new generations anecdotes of the past eras, epochs in which to reach the beginning of the second part of a musical album you could use a pencil!
The work is made of larch wood recovered from the attic of a country house of the early 900, while the ribbon is made with the tin gutter of a post-war granary.