Piercing a scroll of paper with a threadless needle, Khoza performs a stitched transcription of a West African language using isiZulu phonetics as a guide. The work is inspired by the work of Dambudzo Marechera who wrote in the 'House of Hunger' (1978), "As I read it every single word erased itself into my mind. Afterwards they came to take out the stitches from the wound of it. The stitches were published. The reviewers made obscene noises" wrote curator of the performance Ruth Simbao.