The starting point for the artist is his research on Mysterium, an unfinished work by the Russian composer Alexander Scriabin that was to have been performed in the Himalayas. Scriabin did not want so much as an audience of one for this work, only participants. In Ocko’s film, actors are blindfolded and have to use their remaining senses to lend meaning to the experiences and stimuli produced by the environment, which varies from frozen landscapes to stage‐set interiors peopled with sculptures. Through his silent narrative, the artist wants to proclaim the bankruptcy of pre‐established visions in the process of aesthetic understanding.