Transformation and change lie in the heart of Beth Collar’s exhibition at ﬁg-2. Her observant practice is embodied through a set of works, producing an installation with many components including moving image, drawings and sculpture. The room is configured as a container of impressions that reveal reversible and irreversible processes of nature and human behaviour. The confluence of liquid and solid matter, is explored throughout the installation which allows the processes of deterioration, mergence and personification to surface. Collar, thus, is testing the boundaries between the subject and object, through collisions between matter and entity, humanity and nature.