In this sculpture there are three views of a man. His identity should not concern us, but the arrangement of his body in different attitudes suggests that his identity does concern him; he is a self-conscious being. We all wonder about shaping our lives, how different paths will have cause and effect on our lives. The resultant outcomes, however, can never be predetermined or constructed. In Henry's sculpture one version of this self is solid, his feet on the ground, his gaze capturing our eye, walking down a prescribed path of life. Another interpretation of this man is that of the dreamer, a free spirit with a knowing smile. Henry's sculpture is emblematic of how as a viewer we project our own motives and personal issues, which effectively has an effect on the interpretation of the work. This choice of interpretation has the potential to preclude other choices, which returns us to Sean Henry's reason for making this group. Through this sculpture Henry explores a frozen moment, and gives us time to walk amongst several different versions of a self. It is also interesting to note how different clothing, one's symbolic order, reveals differing states of being: an open-necked shirt tells of freedom and confidence, a donkey jacket of working purposefulness, a shirt with short sleeves, determination.