Recorded in different times and locations, these sounds are the proofs of existence for many anonymous, non-specific places, familiar yet strange. The space and the state where humans exist also imply a certain irregular order. The deja vu that the audience experiences in front of the work creates a paradox where order and chaos coexist. The seemingly regular tic-toc of time is disrupted by random connections, giving the audience an illusion of "time is lost in temporality." Independent from any temporal and spatial references, past, present and future are simultaneously juxtaposed as they are fading into each other. The audience experiences chaotic uncertainty through their own reconstruction of the sounds.