This work is the middle part of a planned triptych. The others will look almost the same. It deals with the importance of having personal or political borders against an intrusive environment. People or individual must always have a right to say no to decisions inflicted upon them involuntarily. Saying no is a way of not recognizing the power of the agressor. The work is also a comment on positive thinking as a part of the liberal, capitalistic ideology. And finally it represents the famous three No´s of the Khartoum Resolution, between eight arabic states, which contained "no peace with Israel, no recognition of Israel, no negotiations with Israel".
Filler (coarse and fine) in oak frame