By questioning the purpose of family history, an investigation into the impact of ancestral trauma generations came into play. Embryo intends to transform the gallery into a womb, a foggy space where the creature cannot see the reality of existence.  The paper flesh is covered in a layer of plastic sheets to form a skin that inhibit the sculpture from showing signs of developing sensory organs. At the phylotypic stage during which all vertebrates appear the same, it is without identity or purpose. Ideas as to what it is can be projected onto it but the audience. The embryo strung up with wire and nails instead of umbilical cord to be ogled at by strangers. The gallery could be part theatre, part womb with the artworks performing for the audience .