This series of sculptures utilizes artificial breathing mechanisms to simulate perfectly the natural rise and fall of a resting breath. Encased within dead or moribund everyday objects, there is no sound except for the materials, moving against themselves. The works were developed over a 7 year period, with engineering technology from the film, auto and aerospace industries.

The breathing sculpture 'Guide' received the international Celeste Prize in 2009.

Guide 2005 - 2009
Stainless steel, steel, brass, aluminum,
plastic mesh, preserved leaves,
dimensions variable

Orange Can 2007 - 2013
Trash Can, enamel paint, stainless steel, steel
brass, aluminum, plastic, acrylic, acetate
packaging material, paper, water
28 x 23 x 22.75 inches

Black Bag 2010 - 2013
Trash Bag, stainless steel, brass, aluminum, steel
plastic, acrylic, packaging material, paper, acetate
25.75~23.75 x 19.5~21.5 x 17~18.5 inches

Angle Poise 2010 - 2013
Drafting light, stainless steel, brass, aluminum
plastic, acrylic, packaging material, paper
35 x 30 x 24.75~25.25 inches
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