Exhibited Art Gallery south Australia. As markers of a place and a gateway within a journey, they create an experience of the ridiculous and the disturbing. Polystyrene, a derivative of ancient forests, is carved with a pruning saw and ‘fake’-finished into a work responding to an experience of contemporary culture. The forms and surfaces are misleading. Nothing seems familiar and everything looks wrong: massive forms seem to float, the heavy-looking tops break onto artificial-looking ‘plant’ bases, and the surface skins seem unrelated to anything. They reflect a place in time that is out of balance.