Another attempt to activate the artefact though neutralising it takes place as an exact ceramic copy of the original is imbedded in a cast that conceals it visually. The act of encapsulating and converting it to a mysterious object is repeated, as a constant reference to its already mysterious nature. Life emits heat. Using the object’s material properties, a heating cord follows the spiralling direction of the inscribed text in order to increase disk’s temperature. Heat is absorbed by the ceramic that has higher thermal conductivity than plaster and subsequently is emitted by the disk. Artefact remains hidden from the eye, but able to be revealed with an infrared camera. Just as infrared exposes the camouflaged or identifying an enemy at a battle, the process of interacting with the work reveals it, while still remaining inscrutable. Doubting first glance as a way of manufacturing anticipation, audience is inclined to find significance to the unknown.