In "Invention of Morel" by A. Bioy Casares, the machine created by the character Morel puts in coexistence/simultaneity the real world and its simulation. The objects/models of the machine, when captured by it to become images, die in the real world and become eternal in a projection that continues ad infinitum. What happens with the images of the death of a martyr? Sea, she and he. Comrades. Cameras, they, Lamarca d'agua. Mar and she, martyr. Brazil-illa. "The illa [lingua aimara] is something that already is without being what it already is, but that is already being what it is not yet. It has yet to be created to be something, but it is already being.