Fractures is a continuation of Æsa’s study of human boundaries, and the individuals space in the context of human relationships. The work was made by using a digital scan of her body, which she then split and divided into sections, 3-D printed and cast in glass. The cast glass pieces that show the contrasted surfaces of digitised human skin are held in place with borosilicate glass rods which resemble a fragile scaffolding. Underneath is a human size box that depicts the body from all angles before it was split up. The piece evokes architectural structures on the verge of collapse, tectonic plates, skeletal structures and comments the fragile state of the individual, both on a personal level, and on the level of the individual in modern society, underlying the fragile state we as a species find us in.