In elaborate presentations, Milon tries at first to capture the life under glass to preserve a part of its eternal beauty. To collect it. But then she becomes witness of the secret and delicate power that breathes life and desire for freedom into her subjects: butterflies and mimosas, crustacea and violets, starfish and daisies all come to life before our eyes.
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