This work is a black canvas, tightly wrapped in gold barbed wire. The canvas represents art. The barbed wire, although valuable, symbolizes the attempt to define art, enclosing it within a limited territory. But art still manages to embrace and use the limits that have been imposed on it, going to explore other frontiers, repeating itself in an ever new and surprising way. That is what we also have to do: if we succeed to overcome the main obstacle which, like a barbed wire, prevents us from maintaining good relations: <>. And establish then a relationship with others for what they are and not for <> or worse with ourselves for what <>. Without pre-established patterns to conform to, we can more easily achieve that which is dearest to us: happiness.