A piece that plays with changing perceptions of geometry, exploring how we understand mass. A seemingly perfect cube almost 2m high is created by a series of undulating slabs of limestone stacked one on top of the other, with each layer rotated through 90 degrees. As you move around the cube, it reveals its visual complexity, creating a dynamic kinetic effect. From the sides, it appears a solid, monolithic mass; from the corners, it starts to dematerialise and the ten individual strata are exposed and views right through the cube become possible.