In The Will to Power, F. Nietzsche writes: “«Without the Christian faith – Pascal thought – you, no less than nature and history, will become for yourselves un monstre et un chaos». This prophecy we have fulfilled”. This claim opens thought and art to the liberation from any symbolic representation, the abolition of the ontological and epistemological distinction and separation between the “true world” and the “apparent world”, and leads, on the contrary, to the affirmation of difference and becoming, thus dissolving the very idea of a predetermined Form. Monster and chaos are the pure Informal, which cancels any distinction between model and copy. For this reason, as the French philosopher G. Deleuze underlines in Difference and repetition, “It is a poor recipe for producing monsters to accumulate heteroclite determinations or to over-determine the animal. It is better to raise up the ground and dissolve the form”. In my work, I try to express this view through fusion, combustion and oxidation of different materials (metal, resin, amber), the power of becoming, of metamorphosis and change; the outcome are monsters, without identity, without history, without memory.