A formalist exploration of sculpture, space and form. Each one is a recomposed cutout (negative space) of the Dürer Solid, which is then repositioned as an object. The Durer Solid is modeled after the truncated rhombohedron depicted in the engraving Melancholia (1514) by Albrecht Dürer. Dürer's Solid is know as the golden mean which is the organizing principle famously used throughout the Renaissance for creating balanced, harmonious compositions - also known as the golden ratio or the divine proportion. Each sculpture is composed of the remnants of that perfect form and is hand sculpted into a unique imperfect balanced form.