Lee Borthwick

Lee Borthwick

Lee Borthwick
Lee Borthwick
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Curved Mirror tapestry

Location
LONDON
  • Curved Mirror Tapestry (in the window):  Artwork by Lee Borthwick

    Curved Mirror Tapestry (in the window)

    My latest installation, this time for the window of The Clerkenwell Collection, is a concave Mirror tapestry constructed from thousands of tree branch fragments. The wooden fragments increase in scale from 1cm diameters on the edge to 7cm diameters in the centre with mirrors dispersed across both sides of the artwork. The overall scale of the work is estimated at 180cm wide by 80cm in height. The tapestry is suspended in space allowing light to be reflected and scattered from both sides of the artwork, attracting an audience from both outside and inside the building.

  • Curved Mirror Tapestry (in the window):  Artwork by Lee Borthwick

    Curved Mirror Tapestry (in the window)

    My latest installation, this time for the window of The Clerkenwell Collection, is a concave Mirror tapestry constructed from thousands of tree branch fragments. The wooden fragments increase in scale from 1cm diameters on the edge to 7cm diameters in the centre with mirrors dispersed across both sides of the artwork. The overall scale of the work is estimated at 180cm wide by 80cm in height. The tapestry is suspended in space allowing light to be reflected and scattered from both sides of the artwork, attracting an audience from both outside and inside the building.

  • Curved mirror tapestry:  Artwork by Lee Borthwick

    Curved mirror tapestry

    My latest installation, this time for the window of The Clerkenwell Collection, is a concave Mirror tapestry constructed from thousands of tree branch fragments. The wooden fragments increase in scale from 1cm diameters on the edge  to 7cm diameters in the centre with mirrors dispersed across both sides of the artwork. The overall scale of the work is estimated at 180cm wide by 80cm in height. The tapestry is suspended in space allowing light to be reflected and scattered from both sides of the artwork, attracting an audience from both outside and inside the building.

  • Curved Mirror Tapestry (reverse):  Artwork by Lee Borthwick

    Curved Mirror Tapestry (reverse)

    My latest installation, this time for the window of The Clerkenwell Collection, is a concave Mirror tapestry constructed from thousands of tree branch fragments. The wooden fragments increase in scale from 1cm diameters on the edge  to 7cm diameters in the centre with mirrors dispersed across both sides of the artwork. The overall scale of the work is estimated at 180cm wide by 80cm in height. The tapestry is suspended in space allowing light to be reflected and scattered from both sides of the artwork, attracting an audience from both outside and inside the building.

  • Curved Mirror Tapestry (side view):  Artwork by Lee Borthwick

    Curved Mirror Tapestry (side view)

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    My latest installation, this time for the window of The Clerkenwell Collection during the Clerkenwell Design Festival, is a concave Mirror tapestry constructed from thousands of tree branch fragments. The wooden fragments increase in scale from 1cm diameters on the edge to 7cm diameters in the centre with mirrors dispersed across both sides of the artwork. The overall scale of the work is estimated at 180cm wide by 80cm in height. The tapestry is suspended in space allowing light to be reflected and scattered from both sides of the artwork, attracting an audience from both outside and inside the building.

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