Geraint constructs sculpture from multiple elements found in our everyday lives. Elements like disposable food containers, peat pots, cardboard tubes and 2D elements cut out from cardboard boxes. They are cut, rolled, scored, folded and reassembled, creating spectacular and intriguing organic forms, inspired by architecture and the natural world. Some of these are cast in bronze, iron and plaster.
These forms made from multiple identical and similar elements can be evocative of the connections between cells in an organism, members in families and communities, even of planets in the solar system and beyond.
He is interested in stimulating curiosity about the interior spaces within the sculptures, often leaving them partially open or illuminated from the centre, casting ethereal shadows onto the surrounding walls.