This found object sculpture that is covered in a layer of painted mortar depicts a two-faced woman standing with both arms raised. She is only wearing a colorful yarn skirt and has sunglasses fixated to both of her faces. In her left hand there is a light bulb that is actually functional, an electrical cord extends from the back of the platform. Written in the artist's own words Smith describes this work as a "part of [his] Sankofa series which instruct the wisdom of female structure in God, self, family, community, and society. Sankofa's proverb is "you can't go forward until you look back."
The Kohler Foundation Collection, Anacostia Community Museum, Smithsonian Institution, gift of the Kohler Foundation.