We live in a modular world today. Everything is structured and repetitive, the shinier the better. Years back, we used to explore the outdoors, today everything is available within the four walls of our home. Where has the exploration gone? The world has become so robotic and human interaction with one another is brought down to its minimum. We are surrounded by infinity mirrors that only show ourselves and avoid the world altogether. An isolated life and living within the illusion, believing it to be the reality. The aesthetical beauty of this life has kept us imprisoned in this illusion. Voxels are the way I see the world built up today, instead of atoms and molecules. This piece represents the voxelar dimension within which we live today. This represents a typical room surrounded by mirrors that make our life look infinite although this is just an illusion. With this work, the viewer is urged to question their life within walls and technology, and if possible, push them to change their illusion of everyday life into reality.