Inspired by Frida Kahlo’s ‘Self-portrait on the Borderline Between Mexico and the United States’ (1932), the project ‘A Silent Riot: Empowering a moment of possibility’ employs symbolism to form a series of architectural interventions to protect Greenland’s ice landscape and to replenish her melting icecap. These interventions facilitate the feasibility and demonstrates the extend of the effort to save it. In this context, climate change is the empowerment tool, facilitating a moment of possibility and change of self, society and sovereignty, a proofing ground of empowerment both for Greenland’s autonomy, and for her female population. ‘A Silent Riot: Empowering a moment of possibility’ is set out in a series of phases, and the mentality of ‘every drop makes an ocean’ is deployed, in this way, with a rippling effect the project expands across Greenland. As with Kahlo, the women build upon a silent riot and break from the current status quo. By reimagining through the virtue of love, an act of love for their country and themselves is initiated.