The complex systems of nature correspond to the behaviour of species and to the physical changes in habitual formations. Naturally occurring patterns, repetition and growth construct and stimulate the creation of mass and form. These formations are a nexus, a colony of unique and precise corresponding units that create living and ever expanding possibilities. This natural production corresponds with my repetitive technique of categorisation and selective application onto sculptural mass inhabiting unexpected spaces. These spaces are not arbitrary however, but do reflect how such powerful entities exist in the world. The process integrates collections of neglected, commonplace items to create shapes that correspond to natural counterparts. This integration of material and nature allows an unseen collaboration, creating work that addresses how specific materials might react to developing as natural forms.