Through an emotive abstraction, Dana Oldfather examines the transitory nature of comfort, power, and security. Globulars and structural forms float and morph, at times propped up, and at times annihilated by something hard and sharp; objects overtake one another. The scene is a dance and a battle as contrasting forms converge and a soft, lyrical, electric spreads. Dana is drawn to the combination of sweet and dangerous, solid and ephemeral, natural and man-made. This combination of diametric elements results in a bio-mechanical environment and organism as one; something that has no birth or death and is beginning to show signs of autonomy.