In my creative practice I employ the aesthetics of scientific collections to display transgenic objects made from manipulating obscure materials to summon the attraction/repulsion response. My sculptures blur the line between art and specimen by evoking the uncomfortable desire to curiously look and inspect. I draw inspiration from scientific instruments, taxidermy, the Anthropocene, food culture and human relationships with domestic pets. These topics are a mere entry into the complex interchanges between human animals and non-human animals that I explore through material. Ibelieve there is power in posing difficult interactions through visual media. The objects perform a voice of activism that invites viewers to openly consider their complicity in the subject.