Art is like a wonderful poisoned apple: behind the beauty and history of the birth of the work, uncomfortable truths are often hidden and which communicate messages that are opposite to the purpose of the work itself and / or of those who commissioned it. The work refers to the famous fairy tale of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, representing the concept of "deception" through the symbols contained in the fairy tale itself (the apple and the mirror), but also through the use of tautology. In the apple - already in itself representative of the deception of Snow White's apple - there is the witch of Snow White in turn in the act of offering the poisoned apple. The deception of the offer of the poisoned apple appears only visible in the mirror. It is the deception, therefore, that escapes itself, leaving open a game of infinite references in which the truth is never unique, just as the truth of a work or its apparent beauty is not.