Building on ideas of how otherwise independent entities may be profoundly influenced by their neighbours or peers, Pisculenta draws on the schooling of fish, no one leader but many teaming individuals, linked yet discrete. The viewer is invited to interact with this kinetic sculpture and be the spark that initiates an unpredictable flight of the manifold elements.

Finalist at Yering Station Sculpture Competition, 2016.  Winner of the Anstey Award at Lot19 Spring Sculpture Prize, 2017.

Steel, stainless steel, sandstone, pigment, bearings, ball chain.