forms contain material compacted into the forms volume by its own gravity. In their relationship to the whole each particle transcends its individual existence. They curl and contort upon themselves as if alive and reacting to the forces that seek to undo them, resolving the object to a pile of rubber, string, and dust.


The forms are recognizable as referencing our own bodies, at the same time are too incomplete to be more than a primitive animal. The weighted forms leave us longing with only potential for motion. Given the objects resemblance to an entity, we yearn for the objects reaction. The air filled forms satisfy this pining with gentle motion. Once the viewer realizes the work reacts based on their presence an opportunity for continuous dialogue between the viewer and the object develops.