Working on finding what it is to be human, how the body copes under stress and wether I as a human, could self-institutionalize myself into a state of being. ‘Clay Head’ sees the artist fold and mold a block of terracotta clay around his head. He starts by leaving the clay to sit in position so as to mold itself. He then starts to manipulate the clay removing the ability to see and breath. The body reacts to these conditions to become something further, a fight or flight situation. The body is transformed into a being not represented as the artist. Themes appear within the atemporal sculpture such as self-harm, torcher and themes of horror manipulation and play.