Ian Strange 'Light Intersection' 2019
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"Ian Strange’s site-specific light installation references and connects both the old and new Housemuseum buildings. The work places abstracted perspective lines back into the landscape, functioning as both an interior gallery work and an exterior architectural intervention. Strange is interested in the effect of the hand-drawn line on the landscape. In particular, perspective lines and their relationship to art and architecture as a way of both understanding, interpreting and affecting landscape."

OFFICE’s involvement was from design and documentation through to delivery, in a design and project management role. The light is tensioned along concealed steel wires, up to 20m at its longest point. The ends are cantilevered another 2.5m to give the affect of a singular line suspended in mid air. All fixings are concealed as a 360 degree illumination of light is cast.

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