Her works are delicate, poetic, hovering, teetering. The Mayfair space is filled with smaller sculptures, entitled “Model Series,” shrunken versions of her overwhelming installations. The assemblages, made with objects like metal spoons, found sticks, unclasped bracelets, bird nests, drawing pins, and piles of sand, are balanced on cardboard tube plinths. The results feel momentary, filled with elements but also futile. A larger more expected installation in this manner is the opening piece at the Wharf Road space—a deconstructed desk made with ephemera like thin wire cubes, cut-up New York Times covers, and bonsai plants.