Corella dons a rainbow mask. Says the adoption of a mask works by conferring freedom of anonymity and enabling projection. The mask, she adds, liberates the wearer from caged emotions emotions such as pain or anger, but above all, confusion. Because she rubbishes ideological positions posturing as social criticism, the underside of her mask is black. She waits behind a glassed door, texting the crows and ravens of the voisinage, curious to see whether she’ll be charged with violation of taboo, which incurs social and religious restraint, even censure.