HEAD IN THE CLOUDS, 2017

The interactive sculpture, Head in the Clouds, was made to explore the relationships between environment, material and control; a relationship further explored in the Morocco Series. Interacting with this sculpture alters it. It also alters the level of intimacy between participants, the visual aesthetic from multiple perspectives and the personal response acquired through individual manipulation and playfulness.

Each interaction is unique and the level of control the audience has with the sculpture is left questionable.