Impenetrable is an ethereal structure that almost vanishes in the background. Yet this installation not only occupies physical space, it also clearly defines and safeguards that space, which in turn becomes fencing itself and thus impenetrable.
Impenetrable appears to float in the space: a delicate and precariously suspended cube. This floating cube is ghost like, but at the same time it has a physicality that possesses the space. However, on closer inspection, this cube which appears so delicate from a distance actually consists of barbed wire rods, and juxtaposes notions of magic, wonder, and fragility with those of danger and fear. The barbed wire is a deadly encumbrance but at the same time an ethereal and astonishing structure of minimal form.