In Patrik Bengtsson's Rest your little head and tell me about the Past we are invited into a room like an archaeological site or an observatory raises questions about the truths and its origin. We meet the human need to create great stories but also the question of what happens when these are not true. Who decides what is true? What happens when we get lost in the narrative? In science, the media and popular culture creates narratives that reinforce or sorts out the various phenomena and ideas. Rest your little head and tell me about the past connecting with the sorted and gives us the opportunity to reflect, mourn, recognize and linger.