Ewiggy, I like those. The transformation of the geometric lines of technology into the organic forms of a tendril of plant matter is a nice contrast. (Or is it perhaps more sinister than a plant? A bloody artery blown-up to monstrous proportions?) And the use of wood is interesting as it underlines this organic/technological divide.
They almost are going to a place similar to Kiki Smith, but replacing the delicacy of her work with a graphic intensity.