Barrowhenge was composed of three arches that were made from wheelbarrows. The structures represented persistence in the most classic and lasting facets of architecture, the arch. Similarly, the wheelbarrow itself embodies qualities of persistence as it is an object that is used as an agricultural and domestic tool, it aids for the hands on approach to improving one's environment surroundings. Both forms have sustained through the centuries. Barrowhenge engaged the viewer to experience the wheelbarrows from various sides, showing the multi-dimensional use of wheelbarrows. The arches embodied the saying "The whole is greater than the sum of its parts". Photos provided by Joshua Willis.