Swarovski AiRx ‘Angles of Incidence’ Installation

'Angles of Incidence' comprises a family of reflective elements that creates a dynamic relationship between the installation and its environment

Ah the wonders of nature. There’s something really intriguing about contrasting objects co-existing in the same space, such as the Swarovski AiRx ‘Angles of Incidence’ Installation
at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. The project is the result of the 2013 ‘Artist-in-Residence Exchange Programme’ (SIF-BC AiRx) featuring Singapore architect Randy Chan and British artist Philippa Lawrence, organised by the British Council and Singapore International Foundation. The huge alien-like reflective objects are inspired by the universal themes of heritage and memory, you can locate them inside the gardens near the Bandstand. Admission is free! And it will remain there till 23 March 2014.

'Angles of Incidence' explores the idea of a shelter and forms a narrative around the iconic 80-year old Kapok tree at the Botanic GardensSwarovski's crystal portals highten the aesthetic of 'Angles of Incidence', drawing attention to the unseen and radiating kaleidoscopic imagery