The project All That Is Solid Melts Into Air emerges from a trip to Moscow, the capital of the former Soviet Union and central representative of the communist utopia, as representing past activity in the form of fragments and traces, which, today, suggests notions of nostalgia and even ruin. Use materials such as iron, transforming them into oxide, which make the work, a rusty object in itself, relating the personal time with historical time. It provides a reflection on the complex psychological mechanisms used by the man in pursuit of depersonalization and domination.