Debra Weisberg’s works, whether made from dozens of layers of torn paper tape, collaged paper, or sculpted from building materials to appear like geological ruptures, are inspired by the delicate tension between chaos and order in nature. They capture the meditative elegance in the ever-changing natural world, alluding to a multitude of phenomena in nature: tidal pools of water, tornados twisting in space, land formations moving and shifting. She manipulates the boundaries and surfaces of her work to capture the moment when the shape is morphing or shifting into another, struggling to hold the center still when the forces of nature prove too great.