In one side of each box the spectator can, objectively, read the name of a different city, and the distances in respect to the city where the piece is installed. Each sign is oriented toward the direction of the city according to the shortest distance. On the other side, the spectator encounters texts, phrases, proverbs or quotations, which identify subjectively to culture, religion, idiosyncrasy, or ideology of the denoted city in correlation with the city where the piece is installed. The aluminum boxes are painted with automotive paint, and the lettering is made with vinyl applications. Different sets of this installation have been shown at the 7th Havana Biennale, as well as the poly/graphic triennial of San Juan Puerto Rico.
A 12 feet high stainless steel pole with 10 aluminum boxes resembling crossroads signage.