The artwork uses the symbolism of throwing stones. A 2.5 m stone abstraction is „thrown“ in the direction of a high-rise residential building. Shortly before the impact at a height of 25 m, the scene freezes. The colossus remains suspended in front of the façade. It is that moment when the catastrophe seems inevitable and the pain is already palpable – the moment that balances between the before and the after – the moment of peripetia, the great turning point of the drama, when happiness suddenly changes. The installation tells of wild power, force and speed that meet an immobile, strict tectonics set in rational geometry. The stone is ambiguous and alien in its shape and source; it encounters the house, the home, the dwelling that we know as our own body.