Description“Angelica,” an abstract digital painting, distinguishes itself through its difference from the artist’s usual works. As already observed in “Mutism,” it deviates from pure abstraction to explore a more figurative aspect. The intention of the work is to give shape to the concept of mutism. This condition encompasses a spectrum of meanings, all personal. It can encompass the unspoken, secrets, and even constraints on freedom of expression in a context where eloquence seems compromised. Through this choice of representation, the artist encourages us to contemplate the complexity of mutism. Thus, reflecting on its various interpretations and its ubiquitous presence in our lives, whether voluntary or enforced silence. Mutism can be both a means of protection and a burden.