Boundary Wall was a project completed for the Sculpture Center in Long Island City, NY December 2004-April 2005.
'Crenellated Boundary Wall creates a porous barrier out
of the invisible –and highly regulated- frequencies of the radio spectrum. Installed are forty-six forms (dentals) along
the top of our sculpture yard’s 130-foot-long concrete wall, turning it into a medieval crenellated fortress. Each form
is painted in stripes and blocks of bright colors, -a color code corresponding to a visualization of the various categories
of U.S. radio frequency allocations: public safety, government, broadcast, cellular, marine, etc. Installed atop the
fifteen-foot-tall wall, the crenellations conflate obsolete defensive architecture, with the management of dematerialized
boundaries, to frame a contained and controlled space infiltrated by people and information.'