This is the story of a woman presented critically and majestically looking into space imagining the future. The female sculpture piece has no hands, appears as if they are amputated, giving a sense of imagination or ‘thinking’. You may not know whether the hands have been amputated, you also get a sense of psychological completeness, the more you look at it, the more you may realize that maybe she does not need the hands. By giving it a big stand, the sculpture piece develops a sense of stability. Much as the stand is big, it is presented imaginatively. You get the feeling of an armless sculpture figure trying to fly into space. Breasts and hips give the sculpture a sense of femininity, Facial features have been emphasized in a slightly exaggerated in order to emphasize the subject. The piece is dominated by triangular forms which gives the work a sense of elegance, beauty, imagination and continuous search.