Facing destiny is an opening of temporal spaces, material and imagined. There is the material present: the space of the image and the figures represented. And the imagined future: a space not-yet-here that exists somewhere between the gaze of the individuals depicted, the lens and the viewer. Predictions are produced by subjects, which in their bodily presentness, are always unfolding and projecting towards a time in the horizon. In this series the figure is not represented as situated in the flow of time, but is the flow of time itself.