In Bestiary we observe a big city where all the human presence is replaced with animals. We associate these spaces to a human behaviour, but we can’t find this presence anywhere. Otherwise this space is not empty, it is inhabited by the ‘other‘ and the unknown. That remains as a kind of postwar landscape or the result of a collapse… images that we know from the imaginary of mass media and cinema. Life goes on without any sign of destruction. The replacement of the human by the other poses questions about the relation with the ‘other.‘ The human being is shown by his absence, establishing questions about a world without his presence, his traces and the border between humans and animals.