The artistic approach to this project is to explore forms of representation beyond the standard expectations of documentary imagery. By taking photographs of carefully selected areas of each wall, a form that often results in something closer to an abstract image, albeit an image that retains identifiable characteristics of it, I reveal distinctive visual markers that provide a tangible and immediate sense of place. The close-up perspectives highlights the cultural minutia of each wall, that might otherwise go unnoticed in a broader documentary perspective. Such an aesthetic may seem constrictive or limited given the controversial nature of the subject matter. However the images hold readable traces of the conflict and struggle and the source of their broader context. The intimacy of the images will facilitate the viewer’s movement, his or her engagement, from the barriers themselves to the people affected by them.