These works investigate intersections and boundaries between painting and sculpture. His work often exists on the wall, but maintains a visual and physical connection to the space occupied by the viewer. Compositionally, his ribbon-like forms use repetition as a method of expressing movement and the passage of time. The modular nature of these pieces allows them to be reinstalled in different configurations that respond to each new space they occupy. Kevin relates this method of working with something similar to gestural painting in abstract expressionism. He also sees these works as organic responses to the spaces his work inhabits. Drawing from his personal experience working with Bonsai, he imagines the qualities of each space influencing the growth and composition his sculptural forms take.