In this former Philips-building, the location to install images on around wall, the artist chose to produce three paintings as an conversation-piece in the restaurant of DHV-AIB. The idea was partly based on the massive structure of this institute and on the other hand on a famous painting made by Paul Gaugin in the Pacific Ocean on his final stay, where the titel is refering to. Two steel frames with a curved backside are hung on the cylindric walls. The other was classicly straight.
On this project, the artist Silawanebessy, was asked to create a stainglass-applique window where the setting for this chapel should be universal. That is to say that patients of the hospital or their relatives could retreat themselves in stillness. Combined with the blue-ultramarine window the artist created a plate of copper which was covered with 24 carat gold leaves as a point of meditation and as an echo of the tradition of the icons.