wall of one surface

archival board, pins
650cm x 120cm

 This work is an articulation of the transition from a two-dimensional, two-sided surface (the plane), to a three-dimensional, but one-sided surface (the Möbius strip). It takes the structure of a wall and twists and brings two edges together, so as to form a continuous surface. (A Möbius surface is characterised by having only one side. One can trace a continuous line over both sides without needing to cross an edge)

A wall with only one side cannot divide – one no longer needs to, or can, escape over it. Both sides of the wall – and by implication, the problem, situation, belief, argument, territory etc – are simultaneously present and available.