Renowned for his innovative use of Construction 3D Printing, James Gardiner is at the forefront of technological fabrication. Evincing shape and surface through inventive practice, his works evoke natural forms and abstract conceptions through sculpture. Responding to the creative and destructive forces of natural environments in constant flux, these sculptures manifest in a broad array of materials including cast metals, timber and high-density foams. By carving, shaping, eroding, gauging, smoothing and coating, Gardiner traverses urbanity and the natural environment in a new conception of form. Like stone beaten smooth by the relentless crashing of waves, abandoned structures swallowed whole by the progression of time or paths left in landscape after tectonic shifts these works ruminate on the symbiosis of beginnings and ends.