For every action, a reaction ; from collision, division ; from uniform motion, unity. Each body is shown in isolation and lacks both individuality and cosmetic detail, but all respond to the same external, chaotic physical force. This work is symbollic of the the way innate human characteristics are forged into a public persona and – extrapolating further – the way societies are coerced into cohesive units. A collective body is formed ; the figures are intertwined but independent, their hands eternally reaching out. The outer mechanical process of making art (and Freud’s ‘ego’) is reflected in the homologous poses ; the inward contemplative state (Freud’s ‘id’) is represented by the differences in direction