B5_#058 // Boundary // Henry Schofield
This boundary, a fictional wall proposed to “…look good…” from the north side and “…be difficult to climb or cut through…” divides the land of liberty from its adjoining neighbour.
The boundary represents the fictional aspirations of separating The United States of America from Mexico, two nations that depend heavily on each other. The boundary illustrates the false advertisement of a place that is not in-fact greater alone.
A series of spaces both within the cultural and physical boundary contest the physical and social geography of the territory in question.
Henry Schofield is a M.Arch student at the Bartlett School of Architecture