The body of work by Owanto (Paris, France, 1953) gathers the spirit and vitality of woman as the centre of nature and time, a lost poem, the ingenuity and utopia of a dream, because just like Luther King, she also has a dream. She builds images that question eternal doubts, and maybe therefore seem unnecessary or characteristic of a youth that is still learning. Where are we going? Asks the artist. Maybe that royal we suggests that point of good and naïve intentions, but at the same time it is evident that Owanto places on the table clear and risky answers that are of universal dimension, and therefore we discover the result of deep internal reflections, of the evidence of human values that can be used to build a more charitable and therefore better world.