This photographic series proposes an exploration into the unique imprint that each family leaves on their everyday objects. In this particular case, it is an artifact present in some Colombian kitchens; the rice cooker pot. The sample includes the middle and lower classes, since in these socioeconomic strata objects of daily use are kept for many years, and are normally repaired when they fail. The marks and traces of this prolonged use, which can exceed 10 years, are what I seek to represent and interpret; allowing the viewer to look deeply from a microscopic to a macroscopic level, to discover unexplored worlds. This project integrates documentary photography with abstraction.