First presented on the occasion of documenta 14 in Athens and Kassel in 2017, Amar Kanwar’s latest film “Such a morning” narrates the modern tale of two people’s quiet engagement with truth. A renowned mathematics professor retires and unexpectedly changes his life deciding to live in an abandoned train carriage. Thus starts an epic sensory journey into a new plane of emotional resonance between the self and the world around. Over time, the professor records his epiphanies and hallucinations in an almanac of the dark, an examination of 49 types of darkness. Through the professor’s experience, the viewer engages the contemporary reality and explores the contrast between speech and silence, fear and freedom, democracy and fascism.