Bullett's sculptures and maquettes offer a Möbius-like play on planes as their twists and convolutions serve to defy gravity whilst confusing a clear definition of boundaries.
Each sculpture is a carefully constructed layering of material with each piece relying on the existence of the sections on either side. This sequential nature and its analogy with the book form the basis for A Line of Thought whose narrative offers no specific beginning or end, defined instead by an investigation of the mechanical workings of the tome and the reading of a physical story.
As the sequential pieces of ash weave their circuitous path, the assembled sculpture questions ideas of containment and considers that which exists beyond the borders of a wall, a floor, a page. Through it, Bullet offers a kind of interdimensional form, a line that escapes its habitual plane and extends beyond it in a 3-dimensional excavation of a 2-dimensional form.
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