The work consists of a wood base shaped like a box, painted with acrylic colours, with a mirror placed on its bottom. Above the mirror is a painted metal grid, divided into twenty-five squares; inside nine of the squares, spatially alternating, there are 9 wood parallelepipeds painted with iridescent blue acrylic colour. The parallelepiped placed in the central square, the shamash, is slightly higher and in a brighter shade of blue. On the parallelepipeds, there are little steel cups containing wax candles. On this hanukkiah, the candles are lit starting from the end, in a continuous becoming. The days of humanity, and its history, lay inside the grid of time. The symbolic gesture of lighting symbolizes humankind’s attempts to recapture spiritual and mental light.