Square Prism, 2017
Nathaniel Rackowe
Royal British Society of Sculptors
Sun 01 Oct all day and night
To coincide with the Big Draw Festival 2017, the RBS is delighted to present a new kinetic light sculpture by Nathaniel Rackowe which echoes the built environment we inhabit and the movement of urban and universal space. Nathaniel Rackowe’s Square Prism is a dynamic work in light. Each line of glowing wire is illuminated in turn, so that the composition shifts gradually gaining speed until the work forms a cuboid, or stretched cube, which mathematicians call a square prism. The work echoes the geometry that surrounds us in the urban environment, which is easily overlooked. The artist is interested in the often hidden beauty of cities and fundamental forms. Square Prism suggests a built space that is always in motion. 

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This is a free event

Suitable for ages: All

Organised by Royal British Society of Sculptors

Access to the building is up 4 steps, however a ramp can be easily installed if required for buggies or wheelchairs.

Royal British Society of Sculptors
108 Old Brompton Road
South Kensington

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