George Cutts creates monumental static and kinetic sculpture. He initially begins his process by wrapping stainless steel with carved stone, which he perceives as opposing materials with an incredibly diverse interplay of textures. Throughout his career Cutts has been fascinated with moving elements, which invevitably led him to make mobile structures. These kinetic works implement wind, water, light, fibre optics and motors. For Cutts inspiration always derives from movement and the landscape, whether that is plant growth, light, water or any other natural motion.