In Deus come-se, images of details of human bodies, cattle slaughter, exposed flesh, and insects are mixed in a vertiginous editing accompanied by an experimental soundtrack. The successive cuts decompose the entirety of the bodies shown, which in their fragmentariness refer to one and the same undifferentiated matter. The image and the sound of the video metaphorically eat, devour, and subvert the bodies by means of a tragic purging effect, or an excessively close view. The divine emerges as this moment of the flesh, which is indifferent and lacking features, as the product of the imagetic decay that instates a dissimilar and grotesque body, a hybrid of man and animal.