Peter Trevelyan’s work investigates architecture, drawing, space and geometry, through the careful and delicate manipulation of materials. Forged from his interest in the history of mathematics, Trevelyan builds delicate and refined three-dimensional sculptures that are often made of repeated patterns. Trevelyan’s works merge elements of sculpture and drawing in a gallery space. His sculptural works are often created using straight lines and flat planes. The result is elegantly geometrical. By his careful craftsmanship and the slow and meticulous assemblage of his works, Trevelyan conveys ideas of fragility, both metaphorically and physically. His work turns drawings of individual lines into three-dimensional structures that are symmetrical, beautiful and mesmerizing.