Where Hills uses geometry to evoke natural landscapes, Gossamer creates architectural structures. Inspired by brutalist architecture, the Spanish mission revival and a 1930s art deco apartment she once lived in, Antoinette uses her signature collage techniques in an exploration of curves and angles.  

Interpreting very solid, imposing structures using sheer, layered materials create dream-like rooms and hallways for viewers to traverse. Antoinette compares their creation to building with blocks or Lego, placing piece after piece on the canvas until they form a tangible, inviting labyrinth.