A Sight for Sore Eyes

A temporary installation staged in the Shangri-la area of Glastonbury festival.

A Sight for Sore Eyes explores the complexity of human relationships, how we connect to one another and how our interactions with those around us contribute to how we define ourselves. The reflective surfaces act as periscopes, creating playful moments of incidental connection - the audience looks in, expecting to see themselves or their friends but is instead faced with someone new or an alternative view of Shangri-la .Pattern, colour and light intersect to create visual illusions. Faces appear where they shouldn’t, shapes trail off into infinity creating a myriad of absurb moments of joy and an invitation to play.

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