Ravel uses a barren landscape as the setting for psychological release. A woman embarks on a solitary journey with no clear destination. As she traverses the desert, her emotional baggage becomes visible in the form of glass bottles tied to her back with thick twine. The bottles are empty, symbolizing that her baggage is meaningful to her but imperceptible to others. A tree stands in as a reminder of the woman's possible future. The bottles hang from its branches spinning in mid-air, unattainable and unreachable. They are relics of unfulfilled hopes and dreams hanging in limbo between creation and completion.