Irrespective of the technique of the photos, what makes this exhibition different is its concept: questioning identity of figures through removing their heads as if burnt. Deep darkness of the background, as a sign of placelessness and timelessness of unidentified figures, extends them to all possible times and places. It warns the viewers against a similar destiny.  Separate faces floating in water, highlight the contrast between faces and bodies, and simultaneously reflect the viewers’ faces, vanishing into history as time passes. Since it is not clear which face belongs to which figure, the sense of figures losing self-identity is doubled. Eventually, what makes naphthalene relevant as the title of this exhibition is its hidden historical aspect.