At the center of a dark room, a birdcage hangs from the roof illuminated only by a white band from the projector; its gigantic shadow hangs immobile on one of the four walls.
The cage is hung slightly above the heads of the visitors who are invited to touch it and jostle it to activate the installation.
The gesture is not analyzed in the real world, but in its representation in the shadow world. The spectator moves the cage, but the reaction is realized in the impalpable world of shadows, recalling a relationship similar to that between the real world and that of ideas.
The ideas and thoughts spurred by the visitors exit the cage and are realized in the shadow of a small bird that wants to fly towards its newly gained freedom.