Blackened coats and heavy trousers operate as the residual skins of the people employed to build the road-sides. These fibres, originally coloured and textured, appear stiff and impossible to use as they are drenched in tar. Hung out to dry by the artist, the tar is too thick to remove, alluding to the combined and inseparable nature of the men and their labour.

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