The tent is an imaginary closed, safe space, a place in which the energy of positive action is generated. It is made of gauze – the material used for dressing wounds. The white symbolizes innocence, while the open weave of the fabric stands for the fragile and
transient structure of altruistic human action. A red light passes through the tent. Its source is a red cross, the symbol of the humanist movement founded by Henri Dunant.