This work is at once a narrative and a reflection. Among the evocations in these representations of clouds, we find the senses of universality, change, contemplation and dreaming. It would be reductionist to hold fast to these evocations, but they are the values that led to the theme’s development. Looking at clouds provides an infinite source of inspiration without any direct reference to the multiple boundaries created by humanity. For the particular environment of the atrium, the artist created a work that interweaves a multitude of close links between his own concerns as an artist and the stated objectives of the integration program. Of its two main parts, the south-facing, three-section mural presents close-up views of cloud edges. The photos reveal the deeply-creviced features of cumulus clouds, while the mural in its totality presents us with the irregular forms of clouds in tones of blue and white. The north-facing mural is a mosaic of cloud photos on a neutral gray background. This grouping displays a variety of skies and cloud types, entering into a dialogue with the other mural as well as with a screen display in front of it at rail level.