A site-specific installation created for the Duveen Gallery, Tate Britain for Late at Tate.
Four kinetic assemblages are filmed and the resulting images projected above each assemblage onto the stone walls of the Duveen gallery. Vertical rotating chopsticks become shifting abstract horizontal lines framed by the galleries columns. A paper mobile is transformed into ghostly classical figures and wild beasts. A houseplant and dust falling from a sieve lead to a landscape collages of foliage silhouettes and light-rain. Sounds created by contact mics and light-reactive Theremins integrated into the objects are treated by sound-artist Jem Noble to become an evolving and immersive soundscape.