And a Man shows a view on the exhibition space. Projected on a standing panel it interferes the visitor's movements and room for exploring. As a visitor enters, he gets projected on the image by passing in front of the projector. This actually pushes them further. While they remember the feeling of blocking the first work in the exhibition space, another silhouette is thrown on the image, only this time the character stands still for a while and is absorbed by the image until he walks into the projected space.