What if I could bring the stars from the sky? This was the question swimming into focus during the research. I mean, where does this term come from and what is the significance of it? I examined light pollution a lot. I was more and more interested in what it looked like when there are no stars in the sky. Astronomers drew my attention to light pollution first. It is true that there is a lot of light spreading towards the sky because of badly planned light fittings. This is why we can hardly see the stars from towns. The observation of the stars is nearly simultaneous with human evolution. Scholars have been continuously observing the sky, they have been trying to draw a parallel between planetary and heavenly events. The motion of the stars have always been an object of attention since the Antiquity. The entire sky is divided into 88 constellations. The constellations around the ecliptic were divided into 12 areas. The signs of the zodiac emerged from these 12 areas. The Sun has been wandering towards east, normally spending one month in a zodiac. The reason I chose the signs of the zodiac was that this is an existing structure in the sky and it’s curious that this lasts only for a month. This sort of playfulness and ignorance intrigued me the most.