Water balls

2003

Different size water-filled balls casted in wax were scattered around the gallery space ready to be pick up by the viewer, a caption in the title label suggested the interactivity of the work. ‘The most important aspect of these pieces is their capability to exist as autonomous forms, of having a physical presence that is Euclidean in their geometry, yet precipitate a desire to touch and hold. The subsequent discovery from the external appearance to the hidden interior changes the understanding of the work in a fundamental way’. (Gerard Wilson¬†text)