It is evident right away that something is different here compared to Neeme Külm’s previous room installations. In the unchanged structure of the exhibition halls, the main emphasis is on objects, which are numerous in this display. Mystery exudes from the space; from the walls, ceilings and floors, and the dim light concentrated in the corners. You can almost hear an incomprehensible yet suggestive whisper formed into words and sentences in spatial objects. In the middle of the room, a carriage or a confessional stands ready, yet unable to move; a strange canopy is attached to the ceiling, and a mound of wax bulges from the floor. These objects are strikingly strange and too different for their stories to sound unanimous. Although they are created in our present time, they are more about the past and the future, leaving the present intact.