The intent of this project was to develop a relationship between the viewer and the object/performance/performers that is normative in nature while contradictory in purpose: creating a site-specific, non-functional obstructionary device. We constructed a temporary wall using boxes built to the dimensions of Donald Judd's Untitled (Stack) wall pieces. These rectangular prisms were piled to create a form that functioned as a wall. Art Beef employed day laborers to fabricate this structure based on instructions written and translated by Art Beef. The instructions were as purely objective as possible with little direction beyond the most basic descriptive terms, leaving room for agency, license, interpretation, misunderstanding and perhaps failure, questioning notions of authorship while cultivating a space of moral ambiguity. The structure inhibited movement due to it's intrusion on a pedestrian walkway. The work existed for a set amount of time and was then deconstructed by the same crew of laborers. The deconstructed pieces of the sculpture were displayed exactly as they were before they were assembled.