Las Condes is the richest area of ​​Santiago de Chile. Here, I wanted to photographically investigate the conditions of invisibility, alienation and uprooting of women that works in private homes (commonly called “nanas”). At the same time, with this work I would underline the fundamental role that these people fulfill, through work, in the daily life of the high bourgeoisie of the capital. It’s a story of a constant but also marginal presence, where the centrality of the practices accompanies the relational and emotional isolation.