This piece examines ideas of balance and equilibrium between two sides of a space. On one side, the marshmallows surround a volume of air created by the surface of a glass vessel. On the other side, the marshmallows inhabit the opposite, interior space of the vessel. In architecture, the filling or voiding of a space is a primary action.
Wee Gallery, School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada