Canadian artist Julia Dault (b. 1977) creates her sculptural works on site: panels of plexiglass and formica bend and fold to create undulating abstract forms that appear ready to burst or collapse at any moment. The sculptures, much like Dault‘s paintings, document her physical engagement with her materials. Her painterly compositions are created by stripping, carving and peeling away. The result is a fascinating interplay of swooping lines and a vibrant, shimmering surface.