This work comprises eleven plaster seagulls hanging in the gallery space as though they are swooping towards the viewer. The seagulls are cast from the same mould and bear the words ‘I COULD REALLY HAVE LOVED YOU’ in raised textured capitals across their backs and wings. These words were originally part of the work’s title. The seagulls are suspended from the ceiling using fishing wire in flock formation: one in front, followed by two, then three, then five. The plaster casts, painted with a coat of white acrylic, have a fragile, bone-like quality.