Jay has been confined in a pristine prison of white. But finding her cell door left open affords her the opportunity of exploration. Just how big is the place in which she is being held? Where is it that she is being held? Why are all the other cells empty? Despite not seeing anyone else, she knows that she is not alone in there. She knows that they are watching, the ones who bring her food when she’s asleep. The ones who write in her journal.