numbers 1,2 &3
These forms take as their starting point the stone form found in DÃ¼rer’sÂ engraving ‘Melancolia I’
They are situated between the organic and inorganic, the static form of the stone and the movement or opening implied by the wooden structures.Â The structure becomes a container, a crate or mode of carrying , its possible cargo released like a pollen or seed.
Linking ideas of formal sculpture with science fiction they imply a landscape or place which is fictive, full of imminence and possibility.
The human scale suggests some futuristic mode of transport and delivery.