What if we could not feel anything?
The gloves are objects that cover the hands protecting them. There are objects which can only be used in a pair, when one is lost, the other loses its meaning. The glove that corresponds to the right hand (implicitly the left hemisphere of the brain) contains images obtained by scanning her own body. Fragments of the face, neck, abdomen, breasts, hands, or ear are transferred as traces of intimate touch, like maps of the areas associated with the feelings caused by the objects transferred to the right-hand glove. There is a permanent conflict between feelings and reason, but when one of them disappears, an imbalance occurs and the other loses its meaning. They become a mechanism of self-defense, protection against what could make us bad, or make us vulnerable.