As Above, So Below
August 1st - September 4th 2016
The first thing you may notice is that there are a number of reflective surfaces - all of these serve as alternates. Masquerading as protective layers, these panels covering the ‘exhibits’ are more than likely multi-purpose planar decoders. This can be understood only through some kind of image capture or a great deal of training. The fabric of the exhibits is entirely isolated from the rest of the fabric of the building. Each appears to be fixed within a vitrine or screwed back to the wall. However, a layer of isolating phenolic composite (however thin) always prevents them from touching a single other part of the building structure.