In-situ Installation, 2004.
Proposal for the Pilar Juncosa & Sothemys Arward.
The installation uses 2.000 meters rope, with thick one cm . The rope is supported from the roof with metallic rings shaping a kind of walls that divide the room into paths with an opening ninety centimeters.
The project approaches the idea of dissimilarity of the space that created by the human need for a space both domestically and public. The work represents this duality by a path that puts the body within and the same time the same time outside throughout and by the transparent walls of the path constructed from the rope. The tied surface is the timeless human attempt to construct walls in order to arrogate spaces, areas, and countries.