A Sian Torrington show often takes on the space of the gallery. The work questions and challenges the integrity of the space; building up and around existing architectural structures. Often sculptures are exuberant, rebellious creating their own form of building. Or they may be supportive, appreciative; pointing out the parts of a building that are doing that hard work and maintenance.
Soft is stronger than Hard, at City gallery Wellington, 2012
Caves are made of rock, but not this cave, Blue Oyster gallery, Dunedin, 2013
Drawings are often shown with sculptures, as extensions of the two dimensional drawn space:
Intimacy Stages / Active Empathy, Studio One, Toi Tu, Auckland 2017