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 (shown above). Each element in the sculpture is 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, or a sense of movement.
(Needless to say each element is one braccio square - see Mornings in Florence in the 'drawings' section of this site).
Many thanks as usual to 'Bashing' Billy Jefferson for help with the metal folding.
The first four photos (below) show the cardboard maquette.