The cylinder shape, used by excavators to take core samples of the earth, by curators to hold specimens in solution or gel, is used here to suspend the world below the surface of the farm land on which Gigi lives. The early land map now in tracing paper, describes volume via the ephemeral and the translucent. These sculptures look at what connects us – time past to time present. Land connects us and yet it is not immediately apparent. Themes of transition, shift, movement and displacement are central to Gigi’s connection to land. Solidity and containment on the one hand, elusive impressions and lightness of materials on the other.