Iron Flows, The Fire Melts series centers around Aristotle’s thoughts on the relationship between craftsmanship, form, and nature in Metaphysics. Through his premises, the series stresses the value of the still-standing usage of materials such as metal and iron and forms such as disc, cylinder, propeller, and coil spring, despite the industry's ever-changing production methods. The series questions our positioning of industrial production as the opposite of all things natural and the lack of reflex in our thinking of industrial production through aesthetic values. The 'Iron Flows, Fire Melts' series produced in the industrial site where the artist spent her childhood also stands as an act of rebellion.