The artwork is a pair of wings made from domestic iron bases. The sculpture is purposefully made to capture an angelic form with shoulders up high and a long drop of wings. The work alludes to the role of women as perceptions of celestial carriers and barriers of pain. She is often the one who protects her loved ones from pain, bearing its load on herself. So whilst the sculpture is interactive and embodies a sense of freedom, it is simultaneously physically heavy communicating the burden carried by many women.
The word impeccable embodies a sense of perfection Theologically, it is also about being without sin. Thus impeccable Freedom is the idea of a sinless emancipation, setting up a kind of impossible virtue.