In this video installation, a white horse magically appears when a man waves a hammer, facilitating a narrative that dwells on desire and struggle. The work features a man dressed in a black suit sitting still and holding a wooden hammer. When he suddenly raises the hammer to strike the air, a white horse appears before him. The title comes from Ranbir’s fascination with the city of Taxila; destroyed in the 5th century, it was an important stop on ancient trade routes as well as a centre of learning. Kaleka’swork suggests that the man has the aspirations to explore Taxila but cannot find the way to it. The horse appears and disappears and the man’s relentless wait is measured with the persistent sound of a drop of water falling into a pan behind him.