Illusion of solidity, installation, sculpture.
Material research in glass, experiment.
Glass is a so called amorphous solid which means that it is neither a liquid nor a solid. Ancient glass shows the tendency of glass to still flow. Bottom parts gain thickness, while top parts of the glass lose thickness. The force here is gravity and the Illusion of solidity sculpture is intended to try and reach the same effect by exerting a force through the cast of an arm that in years to come, slowly will push through the glass by forcing atoms to move.
So if this proves to be true, one can, in theory, push their hand through glass.
Research is in situ.