The sculpture features two arms aggressively grabbing the mouths of two men. The extended arms are clearly from a third person and can be seen as either violent or disciplinary, serious or playful. When the viewer cannot see anything playful about the work, the two individuals appear to be chastised or silenced. When the arrangement of heads and hands appears playful, the extended fingers seem curious and the faces seem complicit. The possibility of two dramatically different readings of the sculpture is an important work in the exhibition, as the viewer considers the variety of ways we can respond to experience of being restrained or interfered with. The work can be a representation of torment or playful reassurance.