Coracium amazes the spectator due to the body control, dominating a slow and imperceptible movement; as well as by the perfection of the body painting that produce the impression of an antique bronze figure, in spite of its quite modern expression.

Winner of the First Price in the International Living Statues Contest, in Dornbirn, Austria, August 2001.Winner of the Second Price in the Living Statues World Festival, in Arhnem, Holland, September 2008.

It has been presented in Berlin, during the Museums' Long Night, at the Old National Gallery, in August 2002; in the Martin-Gropius-Bau Museum, in February 2003; and in several street theatre festivals all over Germany.