My practice moves between mathematics, economics, architecture and art; with a particular focus on digital models, and their statehood in physical spaces. I’m interested in the dual functions these digital models have—the roles they have to play as structural units, and the roles they could play as containers of value. Rendering them into physical spaces, I create a distinct distance between these dual functions, and amplify them with a coded sense of mischief. Incidents of form are meticulously encrypted and organised, and at the same time, carry mythical, material and dematerial surfaces; from household spray paint and fixatives to luxury fragrances, industrially shredded objects and uncut minerals. I want each piece to craft a distinct nexus of provenance, tied down to the gallery text listing its materials and revealing its states. The viewer is held witness to a momentary—digital—leap in its operations.