Inna Babaeva is a sculptor who embraces absurdity, playfully approaching everyday objects with a sense of the impossible. Manufactured objects rendered unfunctional by brightly colored biomorphic forms, Inna’s work contemplates the absurdity of life. Her most recent work features handblown glass blobs in precarious positions. Between a stack of wood and wheels, “Under Pressure” traps an airy bubble of glass, held only by the weight of the wood, placing it at the mercy of it’s surroundings. Meanwhile, a blue glass teardrop is clasped tenderly from two hangers that appear about to fall off the wall at any time. Perhaps the most absorbing work from Inna’s latest experiment in colorful handblown glass, is “One Word”, a colorful glass blob perched atop a stack of white typing paper, accentuated by a puddle of paint that drips to the floor.