I don't know if this can be identified as a wall. It seems temporary, not solid enough for a wall. But it does vibrate like no walls usually do. Corrugated surfaces are prone to effects with light and this was the right hour. So it defeats the art painted on it or maybe it is intentional. The result of it is that it does not appear as a wall anymore, separating two pieces of space, one public where I am walking, the other one protected from any intrusion. No this vertical surface becomes the living part of the area, like many others in the surrounding streets. Walls usually are a bad symbol, the start or the result of many feuds. They mean that human beings don't trust each other, sometimes for good reasons. But here, in Bushwick, imagination has transformed those vertical surfaces into a more friendly function. They have become a welcome improvement, replacing ugly defensive devices into places to express the mood of the inhabitants. At least I see them like that.