Dhundhlu is a Gujarati word (in my native language from India), meaning foggy, cloudy, unclear, dim. Air that we can only feel, a slow realization of something around us. It resides in a way that is untouchable. Something we can breathe but can't see. Life support. While I create a fog on the screen which blurs the portrait, I am wondering about the barrier which comes to life when fogged and is present but invisible before. The continuous act of creating fog and cleaning it makes me aware of the thoughts within our minds, how we fog it up and the world becomes dim.