Deformation Histories at the Thames Barrier -
Devlin's Piers

Size: 270x450mm (each)
Medium: Sodium tetraborate decahydrate
Edition of 11

Royal Academy of Arts, London

Crystal structures strategically located in the Thames in front of the Thames Barrier to help dissipate a tidal surge before it reaches, thus extending the life of the current barrier.

The piece celebrates the 10 year aniversary of the artist's original thesis project at univerisity and is dedicated to Karl's first patrons - Helen Devlin and her father.


You can view other pieces in the series:
Symphony on the Water *
Absorption Light Strategy *
The Metropolitan Eastminster Series

* Have also been exhibited in the Royal Academy of Art, London.






Karl also exhibited another piece in the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2016. Click the below link for more information.

Palmyra Unbuilt, Syria

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