This statue is made with handles that two people can carry from place to place. The base is a large water pipe that received a strong pressure center that immediately became a statue. I attached a very thick tin surface that was important to me the weight of the braces and the initial feeling is that it functions as a floor on which stands a piano with three legs. The back of the piano is rounded up and can be considered the piano wing. Sisyphus stands before the piano, lowering his head downward with his hands raised. He is afraid of the dignity of the piano and that he will not be able to set him up this mountain, which is too difficult for a human being. He prays to God to free him from climbing up the mountain. Of course it could be the second pianist before he sits down to play. Greek mythology is fertile ground for interpretation if a lot of possibilities for sculpture.