the passion for the graet things is the soul of those individuals who choose to pause a little longer, in order to explore the thin layer that permeates the reasons of existence. The exploration which often results in elite collections, private or granted, complicate collective participation. The artistic experience is too often forced to demand an incalculable burden, because the value of emotion does not have quantifiable margins. Ysla was born in this regard to remind us the emotion does not live according to the creative logic of the market; the value of the artistic experience may be discretely said to, offer a new colour, a different flavour. To wear a piece of this emotion is the door that Ysla opens: for the most attentive observers all that remains is to choose whether to participate in the segrets of making, or to remain bound by the ever perfected themes of a not always tempered criticism.