This project is the result of an inner journey, an introspective exercise that reveals the intimate dimension of my memory through a series of photographs that portray the perception of my own identity. The deconstruction, transformation and physical reconstruction of the images symbolizes my own process of acceptance of the "I". By projecting thresholds that allow transit from the past to the present and vice versa, a dimension is revealed where violence and love, attachment and distance, or the familiar and strange, coexist in a continuous contrast. Through this work we reflect on the scars of memory, linked to people united by the complicity of affection and opposed to the pain of it.