In 2015 I was invited to exhibit at Quenington Sculpture Trust's biennial Fresh Air sculpture show in the grounds of Quenington Old Rectory, Gloucestershire.
I made this piece - 15 degrees - for the show, as a three-dimensional development of my 'systems' drawings done earlier in the year. Each element comprises a folded (or unfolded) metal sheet starting with a 15 degree fold and progressing through the grid layout in increments of 15 degrees. As there are seven increments fitted into a six by six format, a sort of phase pattern emerges.
Needless to say each element is one braccio square (see Mornings in Florence in menu on left).
The time-lapse film shows (above) the set-up (done over a period of days).
The first four photos (below) show the cardboard maquette.
Many thanks to 'Bashing' Billy Jefferson for help with the metal folding.