The works, exhibited in the grounds of the Goodman Gallery, consist of larger than life-size figures made of ceramic and bronze. The sculptures are fractured and distorted. Their awkward forms convey a sense of bodily incoherence. They allude to experiences at the other side of appearance – just out of reach of consciousness. Anthony Gormley, the British sculptor noted that, ‘at the other side of appearance is a space far greater than the space against which, traditionally, the body is figured’. It is this ephemeral space that the figures recall.