Figures formed by plates of iron and metals contracted into limbs. Through the penetration of structure and contortion of materials, this series of sculptures acutely defines and characterizes the human form. Chee Peng intends to develop this series and have these human forms erected in different locations, carrying different conveyance as they appear in distinctive environments. These forms represent the habitants of its community mirroring their thoughts and connection to their surroundings. The hollow form of the human bodies represents a form of superficiality and a way of describing the relationship between human beings and the land they live on. The hard frame of the sculpture expresses the humanistic qualities of the local characters through the human form, yet the hollowness of the structure creates a more linear silhouette which becomes a kind of dialogue with its audience, weaving tales of livelihood and memories within its community linking them to their past, present and future.