Hailing from a Catholic background, Kincaid's imagery is strongly influenced by Biblical themes; he describes his sculpture, likening them to angels, as "difficult earth-born images", not the soft feathered Seraphim of familiar thought, but " a heavy, muscular manifestation that pushes out of a dark concentrate, a kind of rich physical loam that contains the seed of life": "Dust thou art and unto dust thou shalt return." These are fixed objects that will not rest; images of sex and death; a paradox of stone that would be flesh. Kincaid's work is recognisably figurative, yet unfamiliar - inviting touch, without that reassuring softness, that might circumvent further exploration into these tensions of expanded muscle and fat, that provide the perfect issue for allegory.