Anomalia II is the second chapter of a trilogy that recounts the struggle for survival, generating an imaginative bestiary, made of fabulous animals, floating machines, delirious hybrids.
They are mythical creatures that live from lunar preludes and boisterous dreams; fragile tangles that, born on the remains of humanity, exist timelessly and in constant mutation. Until the voracious instinct that drives them centrifuges the species, multiplying them, contaminating them, consuming them.
What remains is an inaccessible poem. A dumb, candid, and hostile parenthesis: Mother Nature.