In this series of work, I am moving away from the more tangible, physical and material surfaces of textiles to industrial materials, which are known for their strength and durability. Using various types of metal insect screen, I manipulate the harsh materials into complex repetitive patterns. At first glance, one recognizes the surface characteristics on industrial materials that are used widely in the urban architecture of our time but as your eyes are lead into these layered sculptures of intersecting metals, glass and fiber; they appear alive with twists and turns. These structures are not enclosures but rather multilayered visions for light and shadows to illuminate. These innovative, dramatic and undulating sculptures clearly demonstrate my fascination with line, form, volume and space. The process continues from one piece to the next – always different from the last. All these metal pieces were made between 2011 and 2015.