“The mouth of the storm” by Eugenia Almeida proposes a writing based on fragments in which the experience with those who have died is narrated. It puts us in front of the limits of language. How do you write what has no form? How to narrate what is not known? What is the border of the real?
The event that has no body is tried to translate, inscribe, remove it from the disturbance of the unnameable.
Writing is the way to understand what brand is revealed in the other.
The fragments happen with the intensity of flashes, instants populated by images and unknown meanings in which memory expands its temporality and recalls things that have not yet happened.