Untitled fits within a category of transfixed objects. This category contains objects that gain a certain autonomy from an internal rigour which is revealed in its dimensions, plan or cross section. Perhaps it functionally and formally most resembles a column. It serves no other purpose than to present itself in the room and organize it as such. From a series of notches on the object’s side, one can read the exact height of the room. Through a horizontal section it reveals both a balance and an internal contradiction. The iconic I-beam is mirrored by a counterfeit composite of two T-sections. At first glance, the object appears to be archetypal. On a second sight, it can only be seen as self-sabotaging.