These handles, with the subtle curves of a human figure, invite us to touch and caress. But also to project the unseen half in a meditative act of empathy. All handles are closed apart from one, reminiscent of a question mark. In times when necessity makes the sense of touch a distant utopia, these images, in their rhythmic elusiveness, create an interplay of expectations about regaining each other. Like in music, when we believe to know what comes next and always get surprised.