This sculpture is designed for the Pleasure Gardens in the Battersea Park. The site is covered with the ageing structures from the Festival of Britain. The aim of the event was to spread positivity after the World War II. Channeling the educational and playful spirit of 1952 in current times of uncertainty, the piece aims to question the nature of reality whilst providing visual entertainment. It adopts an iconographic shape of space and is covered with silicone wings that vibrate in wind. As the sun sets the wings glow in the dark making the form appear alive.