In her sculptures, Katie Creyts explores transformation, rites of passage, and identity. In folk and fairytales, the rules are made clear. Do not go into the forest. Do not talk to strangers. Do not stay out past midnight. The protagonist just can’t follow the rules. She must start the wheels of change. With the use of refashioned prom dresses, gilded mirrors, her great grandmother’s hair, and other materials, Creyts muses on the broken rules and fabricates her own versions of the fictional outcomes.