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Planning permission obtained in November 2011 for a laser display at the Watermans Arts Centre in Brentford. The display was in place from January to September 2012.


The installation uses light as a means of communication and is inspired by such communication devices as light houses, military signal lights and Morse code. The interplay of the different movements of the sculpture create a symbolic language of communication between the sculpture and the viewer.


GEOMETRY is a kinetic installation which exploits wind-farm technology to drive two masts which cross (one vertically one horizontally) on which mirrors are attached.  The pre-programmed mirrors turn on a horizontal axis and in so doing create geometrical movement.  The reflection of the sky in the mirrored blades and the movement of the sculpture itself create different kinetic effects according to the time of the day and season.


GEOMETRY has been created by the French artist Félicie d'Estienne d'Orves.

Watermans Arts Centre, Brentford

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