Oleg Kulik is a provincial artist, a beginner, who comes to Moscow and dreams to “conquer the capital”. He wishes to establish himself as a sculptor. He passes several years in his workshop situated in the basement where he creates conceptual glass sculptures. He tries to show them at exhibitions but no one shows any sign of interest for his art. The public does not comprehend transparent art objects and the critics do not recognize his ideas. Disappointed, he stops making any sculpture. He asks himself how to make his voice audible to the indifferent crowd. Social role of the artist in the contemporary world become Kulik’s zone of experiments.