These objects are all made from cardboard which is soaked in water to obtain various degrees of flexibility, formed and allowed to dry. Many are components that are meant to be (re)assembled infinite combinations.
The first two cardboard pieces may resonate as human images, head neck and torso and a person in a heavy winter coat.
The next series, three through six appear to be insects with close-ups of their armour. Images seven through ten suggest prehistoric sea creatures emerging unto the shore, some at the molecular level. The last series are abstract configurations often distorted by the camera angle and light.
Or they all could be something else completely different.