When first you look there is an air of emptiness. A grotto, a plateau, the space there is beneath a sunken ship that gives you air enough. An emptiness in the mountain you don’t know exists but suspect is there.
These works make you want to look beneath the surface. Although they are profoundly material – that is to say: although they owe so much to the material in which they are made – it looks indeed as they are made of space.