The new work can be seen as an artistic anthropology in which I explore the expressions and gestures given by people with in their day-to-day interactions. It is a study on quick and often automatic responses to a single event. Through a series of intuitive anxiety drawings and gesturing sculptures, I want to explore the diversity of making gestures and their meaning within a variety of cultures. These works are based on the type of everyday anxiety that we as humans bottle up, and allow to immobilize us into utter frustration. The new work will be about letting go, letting the world hear and see what we truly feel. It is about what we wanted to say in the first place, in the moment of the anxiety. Ultimately, I want the viewer to be able to directly relate to one of the many gestures expressed by this work.