One Zero Zero was made for 21st Faith exhibition at The Workshop, a disused fire station. The piece, a testimony to the faith needed throughout the making process, is a site-specific intervention inspired by the building’s history and architecture. The sculptures were made from plasma-cut mild steel, burnt edges and welds exposed, not hidden. Hanging from a seven meter high steel beam, they appear to hover, casting shadows as if lit from above. These shadows are in fact photograms: one for each of the hundred sculptures. They act like forensic evidence of the dynamic between surface and space. Viewers were encouraged to manipulate the sculptures to relate them to their photograms. These elements were reconfigured for One Zero Zero Spiral for the eponymous exhibition at CBS Gallery in Liverpool. A spiral goes both outwards and inwards and relates to the process of creative thinking, in which one looks both outwards and inwards.