Sculpture as a traditional form of arts that works as three-dimensional object is in danger due to the emergence of media images, literally countless and ubiquitous, endlessly generated and consumed. 'Transitory State' asks a viewer to look beyond what is immediately in front of us. It stops a viewer from passive looking by directing our attention to fold marks which become the point of interest. The work explores relationship between image and sculpture. The visible indentations and fold marks reveal the subtleties and gestures mimicking the contours imprinted on the surface, becoming almost spherical. The traces left by gesture and movement create a three-dimensional sculpture from two dimensional flat image, changing a viewer’s perception of reality. The work is characterised by its fragile, temporary state.