2D and 3D are categories that have long been used to separate works of art. The classification of art works by dimension has served many purposes. However, as artists reject traditional boundaries of art making, this division becomes arbitrary and obsolete. Where is the line between 2D and 3D art? What color is that line? Is there a big sign marking either side of it? How much space does that line take up? How much space does a category take up? Perhaps it takes up the space that prohibits progress. FreeD features artists whose work makes visible the delusion that is the categorization of art by dimension.