Acrylic block and cube shadows [4]

This arrangement predominantly uses the solid acrylic blocks, along with some of the small squares of perspex cut to make boxes but not yet welded. I enjoy the way the light refracts through the blocks stacked on top of one another down to the “picture plane”.

Filmed between the 1-7 July, 2019, the highest sun angle was approximately 60°. This produces shadows that make the objects’ height appear shorter than they are, if following axonometric drawing projection, which assumes a 45° projection line to dictate the object height at the same scale as its plan.

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