Inside this prison sits a small boy--lonely and crushed. We do not know why he may be there or the cause. The top of the prison is marked by pedestrian footprints that show life goes on as usual for those who refuse to see inside the box below.
Looking through the distorted prism of the looking glass cube, we see the shape of the boy bent in despair.
This sculpture looks at the horror of children separated from people who know them and really care about them. It also considers that there are children growing up in homes where things happen that no one talks about. In either case, the child is alone and left to deal with his fear and pain alone.