British artist Lolly Batty's contact with material is highly insular. The profound and contemplative attention of the maker is reflected in each piece. Purity of shape and metaphysical presence connects Batty's work to Lijn, both demonstrating a quasi-devotional relationship between artist and object. Trickery plays with the viewer as material heaviness is in reality lightweight; the painstaking process of laying a fine skin of plaster over a polystyrene base elevates the work to only just existing. Lolly Batty lives in works in London.