Through a modern lens, the historical genres of art can appear arbitrarily defined, sometimes verging on absurd. Today, there is a potential for questioning the difference between the broader categories of painting and sculpture. Artists play with this ambiguity, a dynamic giving depth to paintings and painterly aspect to sculptures, offering a unique richness for both artists and viewers. Indeed, when hung on a wall, difficult-to-define artwork can offer a mirror that the viewer might examine over time, a long process of reorganizing the senses.