This series started questioning the societal norm of what defines a “boundary” by using ordinary industrial objects like blinds, room dividers, and mirrors. I shifted them into art through defunctioning or weakening their original purpose. The movable blinds, transparent room dividers, and permeable mirrors throw a twist in how we recognize and perceive physical borders. Moving away from its physical existence, the opportunity to think about the cognitive boundaries that guide our perspectives shatters the typical definition of a “boundary”. It is an exploration of not only the physical but also the cognitive boundaries that subconsciously guide our actions. I see you, at the same time me: a status where we are always conscious of others, of someone else’s perspective.