Sienna Martz’s work attempts to examine man’s intrusion on biological structures, plasticity, and morphology through soft sculpture installations and wearable designs. Her work is built upon time intensive processes to form an interaction between the body and non-native materials, parasitic procreation, and the invasion of a space, material, and the human body. Using the development of traditional textile techniques in a contemporary method, the interaction between materials becomes an essential element in the concepts of her work. While giving herself only a certain amount of control over the manipulation, she lets the material’s natural reaction to the process take place. Therefore, the object, wearable, or installation is allowed to react and change in response to its immediate environment, history, and movement with the body.