New Formation was created around the idea of eroding the boundaries between two and three-dimensional forms through the exploration and convergence of painting, sculpture and installation. What makes a painting, a painting? What makes a sculpture, a sculpture? Why are they treated so differently? The relationship between painting and sculpture is something I often ruminate on; wondering how the two disciplines communicate, coexist and how [or if] I can merge them together to create a new hybrid form. Traditional parameters are challenged as I defy the nature of flat pictorial painting surfaces and reject conventional genres of contemporary art, proposing a new conceptual field. The combination of floor and wall works act as a visual conversation amongst one another. Amplifying the blurring of boundaries, the consistent use of materials across all the works in the exhibition generates a physical and conceptual flow across specialisations.”