Iris, a sculpture representing the skeletal anatomy of the female body and its movement is made of feathers and pearls, hung within a space. The lightness of the materials allows it to effortlessly move in its circular pattern, constantly flowing with the breeze.
The name Iris takes inspiration from the circular structure of the eye. The iris is responsible for controlling the diameter and size of the pupil and thus the amount of light reaching the retina. Eye color is also determined by the iris. As the eyes are constantly in movement they may very well be the reaction of the human spirit. A fitting name depicting the grace and fluidity of the sculpture, representative of the body and its spirit in performance and movement.