When all the world is a hopeless jumble

230 crowd-control barriers, laquer
diameter 26m

When all the world is a hopeless jumble uses crowd-control barriers and prismatic colors as a playful statement on repression and strategies of resistance. The grey, galvanized barricades, which are globally employed to control and restrain crowds by police and security forces, are placed in a large sphere.
The title of the work alludes to the deleted opening line of the ballad from the movie The Wizard of Oz. Written in 1938, a moment in history with a decisive political situation, the song narrates the desire to be over the rainbow where a trouble free world lies.