Ann Wolff, sculptor, influential in the European studio glass movement of the late 1970s, took a new direction in her work at the end of the 1990s. A unique kind of series of works has been created that examines themes like the individual figure with regard to groups of figures, as well work on abstract geometrical shapes with reference to the body and space. The artist’s play with the individual, internal conditions of the material of glass, here used largely in a sculptural manner, is virtuoso. Outlines and tactile surfaces, reversals of inside and out, creation of space but also the fusion of layers and shapes all become meaningful. The sculpture has an immaterial quality. This book provides an impressive view not only of Wolff’s sculptural and graphic art oeuvre of the last eight years, but also of the artistic thought and the creative process itself.