I am interested in the conversion of material; from ice to water, from wax to glass. The melting world around us concretely exemplifies these conversions. Through mold making, glassblowing, video, and collaboration, I highlight the process of transformation.
The glass iceberg solidifies the ice in its transformative state. The vessel containing the melted water highlights the climate crisis. The glass vessel can both mimic the ice and contain the absence of the liquid lost. This work explores liminal states of material existence, the vulnerable line between comfort and discomfort, and the delicate space between fragility and strength.