Reminiscent of a Bone Marrow Artery, 1990, and Reminiscent of a Motor Nerve, 1990, are two companion cast bronze sculptures from a peak period in the artist’s career. These sculptures represent the preoccupation with representation of the body typical of visual art production of the period. Using cast tree branches, the artist has created macro models of biological forms found in the human circulatory and nervous systems. This stems from discussions in biology and life sciences which hypothesis the body is fundamentally a complex gathering of simple plant and bacterial cultures co-existing symbiotically. These works draw from Reitzenstein’s investigation into the relationship between human and natural worlds, and how human action impacts both the external and internal environments.