Flesh gets destroyed after death leaving no obvious sign of identity. Blood relatives were invited to leave their handprints by touching the white cube with white paint. Their traces are covered with mine. Lines of wood mould blend with handlines, obscuring identities of ambiguous race and origin. The collective gesture refers to the atrocities of ‘white massacres’ and the limited recognition of Greek Genocide as a result of ethnic cleansing. In Greek tradition, whitening house walls on formal occasions is an action of cleaning. By erasing memory, the piece stands as a ‘tabula rasa’, an evidence of temporality, oblivion and the inevitable vulnerability of being human.