Snow, cold, and melancholy are sensations and images of home embedded in the work. Similar images are often perceived negatively, but Elizaveta gives them a pure and bright form, devoid of any emotional color and leaving only tranquility.
The delicate, white installation takes on an organic anthropomorphic shape. It is light and airy, one can relate it to the human body, one can inhabit it, take shelter in it. The cast is used as a component, and its symbolic significance is the impression, understood as something that has experienced pressure and influence.
Through this plastic metaphor, Elizaveta relates herself to the home as a place that shaped her and always remains with her in the form of sensations. Thus, "Turn off the lights, I'll glow" is a story about how a home can be cold, strange, and somewhat tragic, yet always remains important, familiar, and close.