Although space has no borders, beginning or end, we tend to divide it into confined pieces. We erect fences, borders and draw lines on maps. Even the air and the waters cannot escape. In the Luis Gomes Park, Panjim, I collaborated with Sally Kidall to make these spaces visible. We confined spaces to look like cages, imprisoning a palmtree, the headspace above a concrete bench, the shadow space beneath the banyan tree and finally the statue space of Luis Gomes (a Goan-Portugese freedom fighter). These bamboo constructions define the object that is enclosed and raise questions about the space they occupy. The statue pushes his boundaries with his elbow opening the hatch, suggesting the possibilty of disolving borders in space.