Woven from copper wire using an ancient and little-known technique called ‘Open Trichinopoly’ (most famously used by Ruth Asawa in the 1950s), these forms are made during Behçet’s Disease flares and attempt to embody the interior landscape of dealing with a rare and poorly-understood illness and how it can warp time and boundaries.

  • Location: Various, indoors and outdoors
  • Date: 2015 onwards
  • Stance: Virabhadrasana