The work was carried out within the framework of the exhibition “Dust Ethics”. Time is one of the most difficult concepts to visualize. The project considers time as a dialogue of its two dimensions – absolute time and human time. A black pyramid hanging from the ceiling suppresses the viewer with its volumes and is directed towards a black square filled with black liquid. The liquid dripping from the pyramid measures out equal periods of time. Only water, indifferent to what is happening around, reminds of the movement of time. Human time is finite. The skull, made of unbaked clay, looks at the time from the confined space of the aquarium. The skull disintegrates slowly when exposed to water. By the end of the exhibition, clay remained from the skull, which disintegrated into many small parts. The space of the installation refers a person to the inner issues of anthropology and the search for his place in the world.