The intersection of machine and hand made presents an interesting scenario - the pace at which a practitioner amalgamates conceptually amorphous objects into works underlined with the shapes and tendencies of previously industrially produced objects.
Finished glass tubing is used to construct modules for inclusion in the glass blowing process. The precision of the mechanised product denotes perfect geometric constructs. These are used to create complex arrangements of air in the objects, an attribute as essential to the process as light.
The use of mechanised products allow for integration of qualities speed, accuracy, availability into the project. These potentials seem to be a forebearer of current material culture.