Adriana Arronte feels seduced to question the capacity of self-representation that contemporary societies have. Estado de gracia, a full-fledged essay, comes at a crucial moment in our culture to show that glory is not something absolute but relative. In this way, it conveys a great collective feeling, which today marks some fundamental lines of thought and creation in Cuba: the right of citizens to have power over their own symbols.

 There are several approaches to this concept. Even so, the artist has selected the idea of assumption as an image. The predominant rhythm in the course of its narrative is descent, contrary to the meaning that involves a subtle judgmental stance in the speech. "Since the sovereignty of minds is always false, the new criticism is about to descend from the head throughout the body."