Ana Vagana is a fabric embodied by creation, femininity, motherhood, and blood. Her body speaks through texts by Hélène Cixous and Luce Irigaray, paints with the inspiration of Judy Chicago, and recites Dominique Cristina’s “Period Poem”. Ana Vagana exchanges symmetries in the body moving on the horizontal. She moves close to the ground and offers possibilities to be born, to renew, to be ancient, biblical, to be nature, to be a landscape. To give life. To give birth. To bleed. To call all that is repressed and waiting to return with all its glory into a matriarchal world of flesh, bones, and blood cells. Remembering the body being inside a body, being two, having multiple lives, being inseparable, and being separable, and giving more life, and more.