These sculptural pieces convey the desire for a human body to move along with sound. You feel the impact of sound on your skin, in your blood and down to your bones. These pieces show the desire to use your body to reflect the sounds you hear, to contort and twist, to feel the sound a little bit deeper inside you.
The paper acts as a representation of layers of skin. The wooden stick structure is the skeleton of the body, tied together with red thread to represent the blood and the paper form encases the whole piece. The patterns carved into them are inspired by the shapes of the muscles and tendons, the paper twisting and bending around the stick skeleton structure like the skin follows the curves of our bodies. The pieces are free forms, The stick skeleton does not following a specific structure but instead is shaped differently every time they are moved and every time the paper skin adapts to wrap around the new form.