The project is related to the idea of migrants dying in the Mediterranean Sea, portrayed as a great tomb. It comprises four illustrations with a topographic representation of the seabed, each in a 100 x 70 cm format. Three directional speakers hang from the ceiling in front of these illustrations, and the platforms on the floor, in front of the illustrations, give the visitor a special feeling akin to sitting on a throne. They feel triumphant, like someone who did not die of drowning in search of a better life. The first speaker plays soft, ambient sea music, creating a feeling of peace and harmony. The second speaker broadcasts a chamber voice, revealing data on the gruesome migrant deaths (news statistics). The third speaker broadcasts recordings of fictitious interviews with the deceased migrants. These interviews include details such as the migrant’s name, age, place of origin, reasons for fleeing, aspirations for a better future, and simulated drowning sounds (screams, calls for help, waves). Only a visitor patient enough to listen to the audio from all three speakers can get a complete idea of the project. If they only hear a segment, one part of the soundscape, the experience is not complete – a deliberately open-ended possibility.