For this piece, Marxt filmed the horizon from a drilling platform in the Gulf of Bothnia (Sweden) at two different times of day: dawn and dusk. In the editing, the artist flipped the images of the extremely dark, mysterious rippling water horizontally in order to stick them oppositely to each other. This simple-hearted technique creates a contradictory atmosphere, a layered effect that viewers might experience at both times oppressive and dark, liberating and utopian.