Knowledge, freedom, escape! No.6 is always quick to think on his feet, and this is no better demontrated when he's describing his abstract sculpture to the Awards Committee. But why the corsspiece? Well he wouldn't have anything to hang No.38's tapestry on without it- would he? And why the white sheet suspended from the ceiling behind? To make the abtract sculpture stand out more I susppose! And thinking about it, that white sheet might have made a better sail that No.38's tapestry. And yet that tapestry, doesn't it give No.6's boat something of a Viking style look about it, or is that simply my imagination?