A “multi-faceted pod and its family of reflective offshoots” lands in Inner Temple gardens.
‘Angels of Incidence’ went on display on the Broadwalk of Inner Temple gardens on Wednesday and will remain there until 20 July. According to AIRx (Art In-Residence Exchange Programme) the installation “compromises a multi-faceted pod and its family of reflective offshoots” (translation for those less familiar with modern art terminology: shiny pyramids).
Each element, the curator of the exhibition explains, “creates new vantage points and planes of perception enabling visitors to re-connect with the rich heritage of the gardens”.
The full ‘Legal pic of the day’ collection is here.
Image via the Inner Temple Library Facebook page