Instinctively, when an animal readies itself for death, it makes its way toward a secluded, hidden place. It is unnatural for an animal to die in the open (streets, highways, deforested areas, etc.). In the case of the elephant, if one is to suddenly die, the rest of the herd will carry its corpse from one place to another until they find an inexplicably suitable place.
Apart from urbanized areas and their domestic animals, this circumstance of "death in the open" is one of the many consequences of human interaction with nature. It is intrinsic to co-existence. While part of the human essence is full of confrontation and constant tension, sometimes it is nature that overtakes man, thus making man conscious that everything that surrounds him is a living entity.
Musi's work aims to portray different situations that arise as a result of this ongoing exchange, cohabitation, sublimation, artificiality, domestication, observation, and fear within the human-nature relationship.