A monolith is a central point of the scenography. It is a strange movable machine, a type of a hidden micro-room which is enclosed with double sided panels. Each panel is mirrored on one side and decorated with a deep black wooden mosaic on the other. The panels can be rotated in any direction causing the monolith to be either mirrored from outside or to be wooden from inside or vice versa. Moreover, a monolith with a rectangular base can rotate around its own axis. Thanks to the gib system the object can be moved in a straight line getting closer or further from the audience.
Specially designed wooden stands consist of two parts. Thanks to the gib system the stands can stretch at two sides forming a hole into which a monolith can fit. The stands are in the shape of reversed pyramids or a triangle, which is a symbol associated with masculinity and power. It is a counterweight to a mysterious object of the monolith which symbolizes the intimate life sphere, namely, that what is unofficial and protected.