In Greek, ICHTHYS is an acronym for the words Jesus Christ, Son of God, and Savior, which form the word fish in the same language. ICHTHYS, and the simplified drawing of a fish that traditionally accompanies it, were symbols articulated by the first Christians as they spread to Europe. In this video, I address the feeling of guilt implanted by Christian culture in Latin American society. I perform the same action in parallel with a dead fish and my own body: pressing with my index finger. With this action, I seek to create a tense contrast that questions the compatibility of individuals with the moral models imposed by religions. The image is built with aesthetic codes that emulate baroque painting; Catholicism’s vehicle of ideologization in colonial times.