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Curious Formations, 2017, Red cedar, OSB, Glass and polarised filters

 
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Curious Formations
2017
Biddulph Grange Garden
25/9/17 - 12/4/17
Site responsive sculpture made in response to the Geological Gallery at Biddulph Grange Garden. The two wooden structures have been designed to resemble feldspar, a crystal that is found in many rocks in the 19th century Geological Gallery at the Victorian garden. Visitors can peer through a window in the structures which has polarized filters causing light to diffract, creating a similar effect to viewing rock samples under a microscope. Commissioned by Trust New Art - the National Trust' s contemporary arts program.

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/biddulph-grange-garden/features/jo-lathwood-at-biddulph-grange