Growth sets in place a vocabulary of shapes. First, the ground rules are stated, and formal connections are drawn from shape to shape; in the middle grows a poetry out of the hybrid nature between shape and dimension; by the end, the forms are talking on their own
Starting as a few simple geometries, Growth combines flat shapes and edges into larger patterns which wind and spread upwards, across planar space. As the piece develops two dimensionally, it begins to blister and bubble, forming growths in the third dimension. At first, from certain vantages they seem indistinguishable from the wall, but as they build, they take on their own form. The more the pattern progresses, the more the growths own the visual space. They leave the flattened shapes behind, only interacting with other 3D forms. Out of our reach, the growths live and communicate on their own. They're built on a history of shape, but seem to have left it entirely for something more.