Shapeshifter's Paradigm examines the tension between shape and space by placing seemingly two dimensional installations in two distinctively spatial sites - one within the expansive, partly run-down warehouse ground floor of the artist-run initiative, PS Art Space in Fremantle's West End precinct, and the other, within the contained and controlled white cube space of Galerie Düsseldorf in Mosman Park. The participant is confronted with numerous spatial negotiations, manifesting within different dimensions. Addressing the dynamics of site-specifity through interactive, arresting installation based works stand at the core of this project. Using materials such as copper rods, reflective acrylic, paint, artificial light sources and the manipulation of the site itself will allow the viewers to witness the installations as shifting dimensions in space. Sound, manufactured from the materials themselves will also be selectively introduced to make for a richer experience, activating further senses.This body of work continues the sense of spatial transformation Tom Mùller has been exploring in his practice individually, and collaboratively for the last two decades.