This work questions the gallery's relationship with the disabled including the blind, visually impaired, and the deaf community. It scrutinizes how these institutional spaces do not curate art that serves people that are marginalized due to their disabilities. This multimodal installation encompasses physical materials including found objects, sculpture, scent, vibrations, braille, and sound which also has a transformative emotional frequency. This work functions to offer an accessible experience to any potential visitor. The human in all of us deserves to be served and to experience art. In addition, due to the multitude of experiences that could arise from the different sensory aspects, as the sound is not in alignment with the braille; the able-bodied become limited as they cannot fully understand the sound unless they are familiar with different Arabic dialects.