Double sided mirror, stainless steel, line.
This particular installation has proved interesting to experience at many times of the day and year, turning in situ even in the stillest of air. When the sun is low, reflected beams of light sweep out almost the full width of the garden like narrow searchlights across the grass. At noon, the beams circle directly beneath reminiscent of the marks on a sundial.
An earlier shorter length version of the work installed within a trellis ‘tunnel’. These interact with horizontal trellis battens and planting at close quarters in summer, and then shine through to the garden beyond when the leaves have dropped in winter.