The work seeks a common trait - the orifices - for it is within these orifices that the confines of the body are overcome. The body of work The Cadaver Room consists of a central alter piece sculpture - a 14 sided sphere, upon where the boundaries of each facet divide one body from the other at their points of intersection. One body offers its death, the other its birth - and in doing so they are merged. The large 8 sided aluminium sculpture Octopoda looms over the viewer, its hard cold edges contrasted with the soft gooey Octopus tentacles etched into its surface. Nets have been printed from the sculpture and provide an ordered dissection of the piece, in these we see the grotesque body laid out, unraveled and exposed. Larger than life specimens H.12 12 and H.124 look at the grotesque body under the knife at the butchers table.