With the hand sensibility control her our gaze in a dizzying journey through the inner and outer spaces. Spaces where she, with the clay's special properties, can create new and unknown worlds. Along the way, we become aware of how we as viewers feel something as unusual as the blanks - the non-tangible - just as tangible as the material of the sculpture. May it be of stoneware clay, aluminum or bronze. The balance of the non-material and the material is something of Eva Hild's hallmark, and that makes her today can be seen as one of today's greatest sculptors.