The architecture of our brain is made up of neural connections. At least one million synapses form every second as we interact with the outside world. Yet, the brain's plasticity allows it to eliminate connections that are no longer needed. This light installation intends to visualize this ongoing cycle of neuron generation and destruction in our brains. Multiple suspended light sources shine through obstacles to project neuron-like shadows onto the vellum surface. Viewers are welcome to participate by gently rotating the bottom disk to experience the interactive light effect fully. This sensory experience becomes an opportunity to stimulate new neural connections or break down old ones. The human brain is continuously changing, and this installation provides a moment to witness this dynamic process firsthand.