The installation consists of 63 walk-in architectural constructions reminiscent of space and open to the top. All elements are painted white. A wide board symbolizes a table and a smaller one, a bench that invites you to sit. Only a tiny spotlight aimed at the table illuminates the room. The cabins are reminiscent of cells, not only because of their sparse interior design but also because of their arrangement: in several, long rows, they are structured in a uniform manner. Nothing distinguishes them; only the door-like openings point in different directions: sometimes they face each other, sometimes they point in one direction, sometimes in the other direction. Balve uses the contrast between the austere, simple construction of the cells and the historic architecture of the gallery, creating a special tension.