Orpaz stages her works in the exhibition through two distinct perspectives from which viewers may investigate these elements: one viewpoint is created with advanced vision technologies originally designed for security systems, while the other is provided by outdated, archival means of vision that captured a long-gone past, leaving only faded traces of memory. Orpaz does not appear to be trying to shatter the false reflections that make up the contemporary. In fact, her works may be interpreted as an indication of her wish to belong to a greater social structure; an honest yet futile wish to submit to the rules of the game, without any true ability to fake belonging in these engineered situations. The works may also be read as a suggestion for contemporary living. Living in a world entirely comprised of unnatural gestures, the only way to “be in the moment” is to stand outside time. Alienation represents the only possibility of life, of awareness of lost chronological time, and the attempt to finally restore it.