A concave deformation on the top of a table is full of water. The table inclines with intention to pour the water from it. One leg rests on the wall. Another one is in a glass that, instead of collecting the drips, carries even more the imbalance that makes it eminent to drop down the water. The piece remains in a prolonged limbo delaying the wait and, even static, we know that each element contributes to the tension that keeps the piece stable.