Symbols have a life of their own in which humans are evolving without even knowing it. On every passport’s cover: an emblem. It defines the belonging of a human being to a nation and a territory. The symbol is to indicate the country in its entirety. According to a dialectic of the hidden and the manifest, the painting reveals an unsuspected side of the symbol. After being turned and placed upside down, an invisible drawing is released where a revealed origin expresses itself. The flipping gesture is a reminder of the surprise that led to the invention of abstraction. Vassili Kandinsky’s astonishment in 1913, in front of an inversed painting “impregnated with a burning internal passion.” It was his very own. He didn’t recognise it because of the disorientation. A new truth was born. It shook art history. The “Passeports” sign the freeing gesture of an artist seeking for a world beyond forms, where symbols have a life of their own and an active life in which everyone evolves without even knowing it.