My practice is concerned with the state of constant flux and impermanence conceived through sculptural works, acting not as an individual element, but a condition, a tension between material and the immaterial. Objects and surfaces are translated into a digital reality. This conversion illustrates the flux of an open system, where material translation acts as a reordering of energy to create new visual information. In this process, the material occupies itself within a threshold, where it presents an artificial reality, formed from real objects. In a sense, I am creating a material-based language, that conflates the analogue and digital in a non-hierarchical tone.