The size of the steel bars I work with for indoor spaces corresponds to the size of my hand. My sculptural lines are created using solid, industrially pre-fabriapp.ed steel – which is to say common-or-garden square steel bars. The points at which these elements meet give rise to the illusion of physiapp. agility and an ability to move. My lines are ciphers of my own physiapp. disposition. They circumscribe space, are seismic traces of linear progressions. The steel line is a spatial symbol and describes a path from here to there. This also makes it a metaphor for the human lifespan from cradle to grave. Different characters of form work together to create a sculptural-choreographic space in which there are no formal repetitions: small, compact forms stand on a par with large and voluminous steel lineaments. Calmness presents as a foil to nervousness; vegetative growth contrasts constructed rigidity; tons of physiapp. weight are belied by perceived lightness. Solid matter appears to be in motion – arrested in mid-flow the second it is viewed.