Don’t Fence Me In
Don’t Fence me in is available as single or multiple units.
The Berlin Wall came down more than 25 years ago, but in recent years some governments seem to be building more and more walls, both physical and metaphorical.
A wall or fence can keep people or animals out, or alternatively it can keep them in. As with most things in life there are always two sides to a question, and of course there is a third option – sitting on the fence!
In Adam Aaronson’s series of unique sculptures entitled “Don’t Fence Me In” , there are gaps, opportunities to step through and see life on the other side enabling free movement and encouraging open-mindedness.
Each “fence post” contains two glass elements on a stainless steel support.
However, it is possible to discuss commissions using different combinations of colours.
The price shown is for an installation of 24 “fence posts”. Individual fence posts can be purchased at a cost of £250 each.