The careful arrangement of the forms in exhibition spaces and urban atria highlights the delicate play of the minimal surfaces as they elegantly resist the forces of gravity. In this context the pieces evoke a weightless world of swirling, bulbous and primal forms, echoing the suggestion of protoplasmic life evolving into higher species or deep sea creatures collecting as shoals as they drift in the currents.

The direction of light across the surfaces of the works and their interaction with the slowly rotating movement that responds to air currents within a space, subtly transforms the compositions into a flickering dance of interference patterns which dissolve into a gelatinous glasslike immateriality as light reflects and disperses off the taut steel surfaces. In these settings the works seem to hover in an immaterial balance between energy and matter.