Marta Pan’s sculpture is concerned with the pursuit of geometric simplicity and the exploration of themes of balance and equilibrium. Her work is always sensitive to the nuances of its environment: to the landscape, to the subtle inflections of changing light, to wind and water, and to architecture. Her early work was influenced by her marriage to André Wogensky, at that time the main assistant to Le Corbusier. Maurice Béjart created a ballet around her piece Le Teck, which was premiered on the roof of Le Corbusier’s famous Unité in Marseille. She went on to make series of Floating Sculptures, reflecting the depth to which architecture has influenced her work. The balanced, meditative qualities of her work have led to particularly warm appreciation in the east.