BNA was invited by the CRY foundation to collaborate to create an interventional sculpture in a public space in order to make people aware that all children require the right to education. BNA thought it essential that the sculpture be interactive for people to feel and touch and walk through in order to “feel” the experience of a child who does not have access to education. This very thought germinated in a large scale fabricated sculpture of a child within a a child depicting the “child in all of us” so as to appeal to both adults as well as children and to allow each person to walk through the dark space and experience the feeling of desolation of a child not exposed to education. The sculpture was fabricated out of steel and wrapped in an outdoor fabric. Running text through the walk guided the viewer through thoughts intended to take home.