Specially commissioned for 40 Portman Square by Mehtabell Projects, Shuster + Moseley have created a unique installation of AntiPrisms. Conceived as future relics, the work imagines the remnants of our technological age, reflects and manipulates light, and explores how surveillance technologies influence our experience of reality. The artists have hand made each unique prism from hand cut float glass that is bonded into precise geometry.  The work will be on display until January 2017. For all enquiries please contact Mehtabell Projects.

Specially commissioned for 40 Portman Square by Mehtabell Projects, Shuster + Moseley have created a unique installation of AntiPrisms. Conceived as future relics, the work imagines the remnants of our technological age, reflects and manipulates light, and explores how surveillance technologies influence our experience of reality. The artists have hand made each unique prism from hand cut float glass that is bonded into precise geometry. 

The work will be on display until January 2017. For all enquiries please contact Mehtabell Projects.

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