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The Alter (2018) explores ideas of social and personal politics, anxiety, identity and how we navigate and interact with art objects and our environment. In breaking down and abstracting the materiality of the work through manual labour, it invites the audience to explore through abstract involvement, drawing concepts of mental and physical resistance. The works are personal and post-minimal – they are a negotiation between what is intimate and what is public. The monumental installations act as temples, cult-like reflective spaces, and vessels for engagement and the conversation between object and audience.