The protagonists of this performance, which took place in the narrow corridor of Raffaella Cortese gallery, are roses sellers from Bangladesh, now living in Milan. The sellers stand on their feet on lined-up stools that become precarious pedestals and contribute on giving them a both sculptural and sacral presence. From their nomadic dimension they are moved on to a static one. The proximity of their bodies with the audience, invited to inhabit the narrow corridor space, creates a dialogue. Roses bushes in their hands give shape to a hanging rose garden; the roses draw a line across the space filling the environment with their scent.