In a light-handed intervention, one encounters the impression of a single fingerprint sunken into the wall. Made from unglazed ceramic and seamlessly fitted into the wall’s surface, the remaining mark is barely perceptible from a distance of more than a few feet. It is the record of a motion–of pointing to, pointing at, pointing out–but the object of the pointing is noticeably absent. It is simply the gesture that persists in memorial of an understated action.