I really loved the Soundsuit piece at the Orlando Museum of Art. I have a fascination with mannequins and dolls and things made to emulate people. Obviously, every historical sculpture of a figure is made to emulate what a real person looks like, but I think we have a tendency to categorize traditional historical sculptures and figures as "art" pieces and to mentally detach ourselves from them. Whereas a lifelike doll or a mannequin can be seen as creepy or disturbing because it emulates reality in a space that we don't necessarily expect it, where it has the power to emotionally impact us in a way that affects us more deeply. For my gallery, I tried to find pieces that represented figures in ways that were non-traditional and/or that abstracted the human body in such a way as to get us to take notice of them and/or interact with them more deeply.