Jean Baudrillard reveals how insensitive we have become, in fact, a society, when he reveals the theory of simulation and points out that everything is just images, and that life is inanimate. The artist examines the effects of nowadays social problems on the individual. This could be the events we encounter anywhere, we are all psychologically and sociologically affected, some of us see their real impact, while others are indirectly affected. When this is the case, this influence becomes universal. This installation is a space oriented study. This work has a universal topic that can be done anywhere in the world. This is an example of a visual prototype. It represents people who are made up of about twenty human hands and want to go to shore. Especially it represents people who have lost their lives in the Mediterranean in recent years.