A frontier the size of a nuclear blast site is defined by a series of timber members driven into the earth. Within this ethereal perimeter, black stones are brought by visitors, filling the site over time, creating an always larger, more impactful and visible mark on the otherwise sandy white terrain. The jury writes: “A poetic story is unfolded within a single board. The suggested interaction between the visitors and the monument brings depth and sentimental value to the rather minimalistic proposal. It is a beautiful idea that evolves in time, creating an expanding monument. Starting with an empty enclosure - something light and almost invisible - is a powerful concept.” One juror also referenced the likeness of the proposal to the Jewish tradition of placing stones on the graves of the dead.