Forms are not bounded by their physical limits. Forms emanate and model space.’
Sigfried Giedion 
Biothing, that body of work by Alisa Andrasek, is complex, intricate, pink, luminescent, continuously variegated and cellular. A distinct perfume lingers about the delicate prowess and powerful ooze of her formal character. This scent is one amongst other characteristic marks that distinguishes biothing within her milieu.
 Sigfried Giedion, (1982) Space, Time and Architecture. The Growth of a New Tradition, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, p. xlvii.