It consists of three black lit text panels located on the wall of a corridor in a dark room. At the end of the corridor, there is an oxymoron room which has black painted walls. A giant bright white screen fills
the wall facing to the entrance. Jaar is known for The Rwanda Project, an installation which focus on the political issue of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
The piece consists of two parts, and both of them convey a cohesive idea perfectly. First is the three black lit text panels, which are more like announcement boards of telling the truth behind the text. The work has no sounds or images and only have text on the panels on the wall. In the second part of the work, viewers can see a glimmer from a second room after passing by the panels and walking down a dark narrow corridor. The
minimalistic bright screen lights the entire dark environment. The whole project, especially the contrast between documentary panels and the brightly lit room creates a violent vision between the exposures of the hidden truth of those political issues and the facts of burying the truth.