“Oblique Holes” is an investigation on how walls, and the apertures voided through them, serve to both divide and selectively re-unite space. Here, obliqueness becomes a literal condition of the aperture, which tunnels diagonally through the wall’s poché, emerging at each end as a perturbed geometry. These voids are not windows to look through, but holes to fall into, unexpectedly linking disparate spaces and people.