Erin Sexton (b. 1982) is a Canadian artist working in the uncertain terrain between theoretical physics and aesthetic experience. Her installations trace playful links from mathematical models to everyday objects, searching for potential in vulnerability and paradox. Antennas bring radio noise into contact with materiality. Rope and tarpaulin are twisted and knotted into loose topological forms. Survival techniques accelerate toward speculative futures, involving the poetics of crystallization and amateur radio transmission. She currently lives in Bergen, Norway.