We had some discussion about this sculpture, especially in the memory of the Tate's pile of bricks. But unlike the bricks, I quite liked this.
When seen in the landscape it forms three very definite monoliths. The certainty of their external shapes versus the uncertainty of the shapes of the internal pieces struck me at first, and this I believe encourages consideration of its internal form - it was as though the sculpture had prescribed its own proscenium arches for its performances.
I was asked if I could have done that, and looking at the work from a constructional perspective the answer is certainly 'yes'. However, I doubt very much that I would have thought to do so, and unlike the pile of bricks, it gave me a gratifying experience of a concept I may otherwise have overlooked or paid less heed to; the nature of a piece is defined as much by its boundary (with what it is not) as by its content.