In the Winter Palace of the Belvedere, contemporary interventions are staged in the opulent Baroque staterooms of the military commander Prince Eugene of Savoy, whose accomplishments are recorded in the paintings that adorn the walls and ceilings. In this installation of a silent conquest, a physically palpable intervention confronts the majestic setting, giving rise to a dynamic and accessible architecture. The installation is positioned in the centre of the room. Its haptic properties invite visitors to interact playfully with one another and with the space. The installation object is filled with air and water and projects the touches of the visitors onto an interactive ceiling fresco formed of light reflections. Enhanced by a fragrance developed for the installation by Yogesh Kumar, the play of light creates a moment of mystery and seduction.