Delicate textured paper cuts that refer to snake skin, tree bark and the crystalline structures of the inorganic world. Soft looming tree-form. Gem-like glowing pendants. The permeation of blue light that refracts across walls lined with mirrors. These are the means by which Ashley Yeo transforms the Glass Forest installation on the 2nd floor of the museum created by Augustina Woodgate in 2010 into a tranquil otherworldly oasis.