This is one of a number of works by Wilding that feature two connected yet dissimilar parts. The carved form is rounded, warm and sensual, like an animal or a snail, and contains a small pool of beeswax. This contrasts with the cold, smooth constructed steel structure, which is obviously man-made, with the bolts clearly visible. The relationship between the two elements is uncertain; the steel structure suggests a human figure and it seems that the smaller form is obstructing the path of the larger one. There may also be a suggestion of a relationship , such as exists between mother and child.