Rachael Fisher is occupied with how physical space can be used to indicate an imagined physical space into which the mind might project various perceptions of experience. The use of abstract and formal motifs is key to creating an impression of movement and interaction between the forms via the continuous use of a motif but variations in its angles. It is abstract through the allocation of forms to immaterial concepts that would otherwise cease to exist in the physical world. An interest in architecture is also predominant, transposing the idea of viewing from an exterior and imagining an activity occurring within. With a phenomenological standing, I question the essence of what exists through that which is absent as well as that which is present; using human understanding of perception as the tools through which to meditate a blurring between 2D, 3D and the immaterial. The viewer completes the work in the mind of the artist.