215 cm high, 150 poles, 9 meters long, coiled up
aluminium poles, cut and welded together again, serially attached in a long string to adhesive paper tape
Numerous industrially manufactured aluminium have been cut apart and welded together again. The weld marks as a distinctive scar interrupt the regularity of the standardized form. Electricity is strongly involved in the process of separating and joining the material. Accumulated, fixed and rolled up in paper tape, the pieces demonstrate a surprising stability in defiance of their fragile nature.