The installation is infused with symbols and an overall atmosphere of gay sexuality, images of youthful bodies, faces, butts and cocks. Ultimately, Koh creates an open space, a queer space, in which sexuality is represented as a fact and not as an argument. In his work, sexuality is not subject to moral, ideological, or restrictive constraints, but rather tempts us to forget the hardships and diremption of existence. The installation is less of an autobiographical display than an attempt to bring to mind the fragility of a single life, to document the "Boudoir" of an existence, in which death is ever present as the only certain and simultaneously unknowable fact.