The Vitreous Fabric series was part of my Master of Fine Art exhibition and was a response to the interconnections between the built environment, light and materiality. The work can be perceived in a multiple of ways, ranging from luminous glass sculptures, to maquettes for impossible and unknown structures, to a dialogue engaging with architectural theory and contemporary sculptural practice. Similar to large scale structures in the environment, the work is in a state of visual flux as the qualities of light alter the glass structures from within. Unlike many historical examples of architecture and sculpture, the works are simultaneously surface, interior and structure. In a similar way to architecture, the evidence of process is integral to the aesthetic of the forms.