The artist invites us to inhabit some conditions of daily life in Iran. She wants to set a story of privilege, where only a few citizens are chosen to access the inspiring and redeeming visions/words. Here it is precisely we who pose as temporary followers who, barefoot, construct the boundaries of the ritual, purifying ourselves with rose water before entering the black cube. Made witnesses by our actions, we descend into the absolute silence that connotes the empty darkness and await the revelation: though inverted, it will be reserved for only a portion of the participants who will have the task, later, of spreading the experience through speech, thus prolonging the work outside the ritual’s time.