Bonnie Collura is a talented American artist who was born in 1970. Her work is mainly focused on different forms of figurations. Her collection of work named Prince is a great representative. The space this show was set up in works as a supplement for the works. The non-polished, raw, open plan interior space became something that is setting off the works. Walking in from the main entrance the layers and depth of the sculptures already speak for themselves with their varieties of color and styles. With a couple of works displayed on the floor and rest of them hanging from the celling, the layout provides a complex visual experience. Stepping closer, the details of the works started to shine. Natural and handmade materials were used in all Collura’s pieces. Each figure is compacted and complicated by using many natural or handmade textures. By combining these elements the figures start evolving yet remain cohesive. Individually they bring viewers different kinds of satisfaction while walking around and between them. Among all Collura’s work a couple of them are different form of human body; distinct male face with softer, feminine body feature created surrogate figures. As the artist of this intensive collection, Collura plays different roles while making these figures; she is part director, part fabricator, and part weird scientist who invented several versions of a male surrogate. By subverting restrictive gender roles of the artist she created a revolutionary path of forming figures, which makes her a rather modern sculptor.