Virtual urn is an open and continuous cyber experiment. Here it will be illustrated by the fragment of a live live that was edited on a media lasting 04:44 clock time. The performance was performed by Monique Melo on a full moon night in Recife. In the performance the artist exists on a carpet of glass shards and evokes elements and energies palted in the research that is based on the historicity and cultural impact of Brazilian Fakiresas of the last century, resistant women who presented themselves in glass urns with very own poetics. The term Faquiresa here is exalted and understood as a language still alive and amenable to contemporaneity, which begins to project resignification through networks, leds and filters.