Inspired by the earliest days of film and 18th century phantasmagoria, shadows from a table with the aftermath a dinner undulate across the walls of the gallery; these are set into motion by a light on a small model train which loops in a figure-eight between cut crystal, wine bottles, silverware, china, crumpled napkins and small drawings etched into hand-silvered mirror placeholders.

As such the installation functions simultaneously as still life and moving image, conflating these genres and contributing to the ethos of the work. The etched drawings and activated space evoke World War II, the Holocaust, Goebel's infamous "Chamber of Film", as well as the capacity of film to indoctrinate. Concerned with the idea of aftermath and constructed as a cautionary tale, the work sets into motion intergenerational shadows cast by national and personal histories.