In an array of mysterious objects that are both playful and ambivalent, Rosie Green explores the nature of sculptural practice in relation to spontaneity, unfamiliarity and sensory connection. Inspiration is taken from everyday objects that are typically overlooked, pushing the boundaries of these objects and materials to produce curious forms. Whilst her object sculptures may allude to many things, they are at the same time nonrepresentational. There is not a definitive answer to what these objects are, despite hints of familiarity. They question the relationship between object, people and how the two make sense of the world around us. Current work brings together 3D digital motion graphics which act as a bridge between the real and the virtual, pushing our understanding of the physical world even further.