The work consist in two parts that complement each other but are also independent. It all started by finding a recording of the last Kauai Oo bird in Kauiai, Hawaii. The bird (male) is calling for a female that will never appear, the silences on the song marks this absence leaving it incomplete. The bird doesnt give up anyway and repeats the call over and over. This was the last specimen, the Kauai Oo, which was extinct in 1987 and naturalist David Boyton recorded the bird's last mating call (the audio file accompanies the sculpture) However the bird was considered extint two times before, and it ended up being found, giving this, he might be found again, and his call may be answered. The other part of the work is a lava stone replica of a pair of different sneakers that drifted ashore. The artist has been working with this material for the past year, the lava is used in Bali to build temples and shrines The material attracts him not only for its religious usage, but for the connotations of lava itself, recycled matter, what everything was and will be, when everything melts together. The sculpture is carved by artisans who usually carve the ornaments and statues for the temples.