In the Between

My work investigates the relationships between humanity and the natural world, between materiality and force, and the spaces where these relationships meet. These sculptures act as in-between spaces, manipulated through the application of force from the human body and presenting a distorted reflection of their surroundings, responding to the tendency of humanity as a species to adapt, twist, and distort nature. The reflective quality of the material absorbs the surrounding light and environment onto its surface, which shifts and changes in response to the viewer’s movements and position, highlighting the interconnection between body, material, and environment.