Gilles Deleuze describes the relations between life, violence and eroticism according to a "pornology": not only the pornographic, but an instance of observing the world and its limits. Into this pornology – and a submissive body that bends, fragile and on its knees, in a necropolitical space – enters Submissa. This work takes shape in the interim: between a pagan affection (a displaced horn backrest, the nakedness of the thin, dense forms of the metal) and a continuous, obsequious and punitive rule, which it resists; or between its functional balance and the fragility of the discontinuous lines in which the piece is produced.