There is a beam of light in the entrance to one of the rooms. The neon does not fully block the door – in order to come inside, we only have to bend our heads a little. We are intrigued by the interior on the other side of the object. We are tempted by the world behind the gate, which due to the obstacle automatically assumes a magical dimension. However, the light barrier is a psychological rather than physical hindrance.
The division of space by the artist has a symbolic meaning – it emphasises the moment of transition, crossing the border, either real and physical or imaginary and psychological.