The piece called Pause (2018) asks the audience the question of how a natural acceptance of death changes the perception of our lives. There is a barber’s pole, which was chosen to bring back the nostalgia and memories of our first haircut. It gives the viewers a moment of “Pause” in between the two sides; desire to have a full life and realization of the reality of the end. A power struggle, the tension and energy of confrontation between them through two gestural forms. The pattern of growing your hair and cutting it off is like the pattern of one’s life cycle. A sink drain placed within the center of the piece depicts the simplification of life’s pattern by not only learning what we may keep and hold, but by also realizing what we might lose and how we let go of things during our life journey.