Breaching the rift between the natural and constructed world lies the subtle, playful work of Jorge Olarte. In a re-imagining of industrial forms, Olarte frequently uses the discarded packaging materials of consumer goods as a jumping-off point. In the case of "Manzanas," the packaging for a pack of apples is used as a mold for concrete pour, becoming a sensual, gently collapsed matrix of slightly-off geometric forms when suspended on its side. Some of the works use colored glass inserted haphazardly to breathe life into the otherwise industrial shapes, and each stands on its own as a contained, idiosyncratic small-form sculpture. The mixture of found elements and the touch of the artist posits Olarte's work somewhere between sculpture and collage. However you classify it, the pieces help us see these supposedly single-use consumer items in a new, fresh light.