Etruscan deity of the sun, dawn and beginnings. The Catalan artist Martiga created the artwork on recycled material found on site (satellite dish, stones and iron scaffolding). She used oil and acrylic colors for the painting.

"I wanted to represent the goddess Cautha with two faces, one linked to the sun, the other to the moon, at dawn. I painted the lunar side of Cautha inspired by the Head of Leucothea, an archaeological find of extraordinary beauty, exhibited at the National Etruscan museum of Villa Giulia in Rome. I created in one go the solar side of the Etruscan goddess on the other side of the satellite dish."  

Cristina Martinez - aka Martiga