Two panoramic telescopes are positioned on the lakeside and at the Bastione di Porto Catena. The first telescope points to the sky, echoing the Mantegna perspective of the oculus in the vault of The Wedding Chamber («La camera degli sposi») and at the same time stimulating the observer to open his view far beyond the urban landscape. The second frames the water, seeking to symbolically open up a possibility of vision towards the outside and the unexplored. The work recovers the perspective breakthrough performed by Mantegna who, through his painting within small spaces, sought the sky and the view of the water of Mantua, changing with the passage of time, as does the shape of the base on which the sculpture rests. Borders, composed/disassembled in two elements spaced apart, invites the spectator to move in the urban fabric, adding physical and conceptual dynamism to the work, accentuating its performative aspect that undermines the static nature of the object. The spectator will find himself seeking a new point of view, resting his feet on the city's history, but projecting his gaze out of that glorious past, opening up new possibilities for a future to come.