Amélie Grözinger constructs sculptures and wall works from such materials as paper, resin, polystyrene and plaster. Her works are often the result of a labour-intensive, manual construction process. The work Speculum, part of a large series, is comprised of shreds of silver paper that have been folded and stapled, like atomic particles, into a mathematical-looking pattern. The title refers to the medical instrument for examining bodily orifices. The circle is suggestive of a mirror, but could just as easily be a moon or a 'portal' to another dimension. The work Burning #10 is another molecular-looking composition of fragments stapled to one another, this time from an Italian newspaper. The paper was partly burned, the original information made illegible in various ways.