The essence of a movement. How does our body react to an almost inanimate object, an object that makes data seemingly visible in the form of a kinetic installation. The archetypal making of a fire captured in a machine. A kinetic reproduction of a pre-recorded movement that led to human progress - the beginning of us Homo Sapiens. As a symbolic data collection, these used sticks hang on the wall, movements previously recorded with the help of an attached gyroscopic sensor, now reproducible. What remains (of myself) in the fire, if I record the process of making it, remove myself as an avatar and let it perform itself merely as a playback. The machine carries the interpretation of human movements. The result is the cyclic friction of a rough stick tip in the hollow of a wood. I am absent and yet the fire arises. This is the first spark of my beginning exploration, a search for the meaning of our fundamental movements in order to create a sensibility for them. How do I deal with artifacts that contain such fundamental data. How can we understand them as legacy.