Consisting of 112 handmade concrete cubes and a burning candle, Untitled Live Sculpture is called such because to Moi Tran, it is not a static piece. On the occasion of her first solo exhibition at Yeo Workshop, the cubes came to the gallery individually packaged in two layers of thick bubble wrap. After extracting them, the gallery team assembled the sculpture following her instructions, forming a little tomb-like structure. They placed a candle inside, lighting it every day for visitors and replacing it when it burned down. According to the artist, the piece need actions or to be activated by the human hand. The candle suggests a ritual, an offering, and a liveness, as it constantly transforms in the moment of the experience of the Live Sculpture; it represents that time, journey and the ritual of the piece.