In this project, I use a hand rehabilitation object, typically employed to restore lost functions. Instead, I use it to restrict my hand’s movement. This self-imposed immobility symbolizes socio-political and cultural paralysis, physically embodying societal constraints. By limiting my own mobility, I aim to reflect on these societal restrictions and offer a concrete representation of these often abstract ideas. This work provides a profound commentary on social and political constraints. It critiques the unnoticed societal limitations, rendering complex concepts into a tangible form.