In this photographic series, Paula Duvå positions the viewer in the context of the sky, yet her intentions are not about cloud formations, rather it is to challenge one to take a closer look at hidden structures we may not be aware of. Duvå offers the viewer a horizon line that can be viewed as sentences read from left to right, or right to left. The mood appears calm and neutral although it is only a façade as one begins to realize this narrative foreshadows something more to come. Within this repetition of photographs mysterious gestures appear, alluding to some kind of movement or a presence existing in the atmosphere which we just missed seeing. Identifying who or what created these strokes interrupting the space can only be interpreted through speculation. Is the sky a place we can control? Who has the right to draw lines in the sky? Who is the killer machine responsible for the trauma that will be caused?