This project explores the process of the irrational belief in superstition and how it coexists with our rationality. The human being learns to understand the natural world through experience, education and the use of logical laws, giving form to his rational thinking. However, the everyday use of reason is often interrupted by irrational associations and beliefs such as superstition.
In maths and science we are told that the path between A and B is calculable. In a similar way, the superstitious mind connects two unrelated events and creates a cause-effect association. By contrasting apparently unrelated images with the graphics of a book of mathematics, this project emphasizes how this type of irrational thinking is rooted in rational processes.
The fact of faking the pages also questions the sources of our knowledge as something given by a third part.