My interest lies in the mirroring and reflecting of pairings and voids through the dense visual language of solid cast hydrocal. In addressing ideas of desperate preservation, paradoxically, my work emphasizes opposing ideas of voids, removal, and form succumbing to weight, breakage, monotony, and weathering. Forms that carry quietness, subtlety, and weight show the daily additions, relentless consistency, and mass of voids -where they share similarities, where one affects the other, and to what extent does each exist. The slow build of these forms both preserves and asserts their agency while barely being present. I focus on the compulsive and continually unchanging reality of voids, and the comfortable quietness of their daily and long-term existence.