Fabian Pertzel is a Northern Rivers based artist who works predominantly from their studio space at Elevator ARI in the centre of Lismore’s creative precinct. Fabian’s ceramic practice reflects their experiences of Queer culture and coming of age in rural Australia in a way that is materially aware, employing the different physical states that clay passes through in ceramic production as a metaphor for transgressive cultural fluidity and non-fixed limitations on gender and sexuality. Also engaging in a digital practice, they use projections of computer-generated Sculptural forms to explore contemporary ideas of our digital identities and the anti-materiality of virtual spaces. Fabian Integrates this technology into dynamic installations that occupy and transform space. This work can be seen as an attempt to bridge the gap of an intangible digital space and the physical space in which our bodies exist.