Stasis, 2014, powder coated aluminium and enamel, 76x70x60 cm
Stasis mediates between drawing and sculpture in an ongoing spatial experiment where line, form and space intertwine. Solid elements become movable through tension, transparency and light as the viewer interacts with the work. Fleeting fragments of form and pattern appear and dissolve, conflating surface and structure into weightless drawings in space. Here, space is both solid and ephemeral, suggesting the complexities of the unknown and the reluctance of stillness.