No culture is unitary or homogeneous, all identity is fragmentary and is made up of pieces that are strung together to form a whole that never remains fixed. Cultures are also collages, a constant mixture that always becomes something new. A multicultural world can only arise from mixing and tolerance, from acceptance of the new. This is what these works suggest. We face it as individuals charged with an identity that we believe to be stable, but before us we see how certain objects that we intended relatives adopt new meanings to represent the diverse, the different.