In this body of work, each Host (communion wafer) is pieced together in repetition to create the armature of recognizable shapes such as a cross, a trinity and female organs. Through the reconstitution of the wafers into various religious and feminine structures, I question the very definition of communion. Instead of maintaining its literal, religious interpretation as the Body of Christ, the wafers become a vehicle for viewing communion through its grammatical meaning: to talk or converse intimately, to experience strong emotions or feelings. I delicately align the wafers in organic patterns that are marked by fluidity and variability, as markers of transition.