This was the largest central piece of my Biomorphic Polymorph exhibition which was displayed in 2009 as part of my final yearexhibition At Loughborough University. This sculpture is roughly 9ft tall andcomprised mainly from polymorph, with a copper and mesh armature interior. The Biomorphic Polymorph sculptures are my personal interpretation of the curious natural formsin nature and the human body under close magnification of which I am constantly inspired by. The twisting forms both reminiscentof the beautiful forms in nature and also the deadly. Looking closely at of these structures reveals the grotesque surprise of deadly fungus spores, HIV cells and other highly infectious viral and parasiticlike forms. The visual representations of things we would normally give a widebirth and intentionally avoid. This however is contradicted by the curious minded viewer’s who are drawn in by the intentional use of a curious medium andthe detailed and intrinsic construction of the sculptures.