“The Cross” 2016, is a colour changing light sculpture, that holds a bold space “between”. With ambiguous reference to a broad range of signifiers; from a local pharmacy sign to an upside down Facebook logo. This twisted crucifix, drawing from past and present, attempts to depict what is somehow unknown, yet universal to us. Is it rising, or on its knees? It directly asks us to imagine it’s purpose, just like ourselves, in a connected yet mixed up world. What once resembled something familiar, can no longer be explained or simplified in a singular way. “The Cross” becomes a beacon of potentiality in its known roots and uncertain future; catalysing upon the power and potential of visual language.