This work is an homage to the ‘Great’ James Lee Byars - Artist. His performances in which he would appear in a gold lame suit- made to measure for him by Mr.North-South in LA - were an important aspect to his work. The sleeves of the suit would always be much longer than normal, covering the Artist’s hands, putting them beyond use, placing the figure as asocial, as adextrous (the antithesis of the Artist) and in the domain of the untouchable monarch. In the piece we find reference to the ‘dichotomy paradox’ of Zeno of Elea, as found in Aristotle’s ‘Physics’; “That which is in locomotion must arrive at the half-way stage before it arrives at the goal.” This being so, the work can be seen as a micro-section or macro-section of the reach in motion. However, ultimately, it proposes that the reach of Byars is infinite.