Taking interests within the structure and behaviour of atomic elements and particles, rather than transporting the viewer into the outer cosmos as seen in pervious drawings, the Nuclei drawings zoom in on the components of everyday matter. A plural for nucleus, Nuclei attempts to open windows through these visual responses to data, the drawings attempt to capture and interpret atoms within their different forms such as a standalone atom or bonding with another element.
Nuclei also links through to the ideas of cellular nucleus through the use of the element Carbon within the drawings. Carbon acts as a backbone for life of on our planet due to the ease in which it can bond with other elements and make more complex particles. Through the same atoms present within the drawings, a connection to life forms in all their varieties across our planet is made.