To be a breath of wind and twirl mindful in obliviousness, to be fluid in a stream, to be free without a destination towards home. This is what the tutu (the skirt worn by ballerinas in classic ballet), represents for the artist. Like a carefree but jealous Tinker Bell, like a naive but aware and strong Ariel, or like Titania the queen of the fairies. The tutu imprisons and releases the magic energy of the air and earthly human passions. The tutu is a creature that manifests itself in the air and even if it lies down it remains suspended. It contains the song of fairies and the roar of a stormy sea.