An autobiographical solo with Angélique Willkieas its muse. The work takes on themes of privacy and secrecy, delving into the marshy depths of the psyche in a revolt against the vulgar self-exposure that bombards us every day. An examination of nobility and elegance in the ways we acknowledge our shortcomings, our flaws, and our manufacturing defects. Seeking confession as a poetic gesture, a necessity, a small concession to our vanity. An intimate dive into self-interrogation, revealing mysteries that form and structure what the work and what it confides in us. Introspection has no choice but to come face-to-face with its inevitable opponent — confession.