A complex labyrinth made of two interwoven spirals consisting of twenty-five thousand perfume test strips offers a sense perception of time and memory. The spiral fills the room and the perfume L'Heure Bleue - a historic composition of 1912 by Jacques Guerlain based on a walk crossing the river Seine in Paris (Pont des Arts) at the blue hour. L'Heure Bleue - is also the magic hour when the light changes between day and night and is also a metaphor for the time of change. In the history of perfumery the creation of the more than 100 year old scent “L’Heure Bleue” has been linked to a premonition of a time of change and the end of the Belle Epoque.
The visitors follows a path between the "paper walls" - surrounded by a great number of vibrating perfume test strips - into the center of the rooms which is flooded with blue light. While smells - activating the unconscious - are being released periodically, there is a constant sea of voices - people from different language regions talk about their memories of smell. Realities, imaginations, memories mix and give the viewer the possibility to experience unsuspected levels of perception.