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This work is conceived in situ and deals with the idea of the lighthouse. Art is a hobby for society in general. What is the meaning of the sense of exchange and coexistence? What does public space mean in these circumstances? Can’t contemporary art overcome the current situation in another way? Culture is collapsing economically and becoming isolated. In order to confront this present, it seems necessary for me to carry out contextual work on the role of the museum in times of crisis, on the human being as a concept, and on the myth of the importance of the couple. For this, I would like to recall the first «punk» in history. To Diogenes, who lived in a barrel and rejected the system... I believe in art as a shared idea, similar to the gathering in a church. Space where we experience emotions together. The idea is to use the museum as a lighthouse, which is then visible in the evening and at night, regardless of the museum’s opening hours. The museum thus finds another way to be able to communicate. The lights emit Morse code, using that famous phrase from Diogenes of Sinope: I am looking for a human. «I am looking for a man» in French, this phrase - by confusing man as a figure of humanity and man of the male gender - makes one think of the exclamation I have often heard from heteronormative women, signifying their search for a true romantic encounter.