These sculptures form part of a larger series called Lacuna, in which Elise creates surreal forms evocative of the body. Her shapes twist and repeat, mixing solid, durable materials with soft, porous textures. Mutating silhouettes combine with bloated curves; organic contours contrast with sharp verticals. The sculptures seem to avoid communicating their sense of scale, as though suspended in a moment of transition. They ooze reference to anthropomorphic form.