ANTI(matter) is a series of 10 works depicting a cosmic vision over the birth of matter. The technique I used is unconventional (chewing gum on canvas, painted with silver acrylics), but it responds well to my theme, since the chewing gum is slightly unpredictable but the shapes it generates when being "tamed" are plastic, dynamic and original. Here is the sixth work within this series, showing matter's highest prized form: life. Life is represented here as a whirling gene pool, from which life forms spread all over the space, establishing random entities and finally giving the last blow to the resilience of the antimatter . The works are created and named in pairs, successively showing the matter genesis through opposition and complementarity.