The only constant in life is that of perpetual attachment and detachment. Whether it is physically, emotionally, or spiritually, we are continuously in a state of flux that involves both ourselves and our surroundings. Disassociation is a concept that became clear to me while working with the mediums of plaster and the human body. The way plaster cracks and easily falls away, yet its rigid stature also comes together to capture movement in stillness. The plaster compilation of bodies looks as if they are disintegrating and breaking down or they could be reconstructing and connecting their fragmenting parts. The paradox within the material reflects upon the disconnection from my mind to my body, from one person to another, and from artist to viewer.