Having long worked as a designer, Corinne Geffray’s work is her attempt to break the boundaries of utilitarianism. Working with gesture as her medium of expression, Geffray explores the tangibility and malleability of art. Constantly breaking the boundaries, her sculptural practice appears as a playful note of geometry. Various shapes coalesce to paint the picture of the verisimilitude of existence. Interacting with her milieu, she chose to work with the locally sourced wood and stone for this body of work, reacting and building a co-relation with the space, people, and material. Breaking the rigidity of geometry by layering her work with the play of shadows, Geffray leads the viewers to indulge in the simplicity of forms and the complexity of their relations.