Fragments in Citra's works start from diverse decisive points in the history of human civilization where women contributed to the building of a life system; from when human recognized fire to producing food. In her paintings, we can also see women's instinct to work collectively, affirming the shared role and knowledge that support them. She seems want to underline this spirit of collectivity, in contrast with patriarch system where the King become the only patron of power; in women's world, this power is shared and distributed. Citra's paintings split those complex narratives up to several fragments. She focuses on how women become an environment keeper through their activities, practices, and knowledge. In The Age of Fire, for instance, a woman figure is surrounded by fire from the flow of lava. This shape of fire is also often being used by Citra to replace the visual image of vagina, which at the same time evokes a sense where vagina could also be the central point of cosmic history. The close relation between women and fire generates the image of women as a witch or evil. The deconstruction of meaning on this type of stereotypical image is an important starting point to unravel the relation ,etween human and nature in the context of both historical canon and today's capitalism.