How do our interactions with one another and the world around us shape who we are? Artist and creative technologist Tim Murray-Browne has collaborated with multimedia artist Aphra Shemza to create an interactive audiovisual sculpture which invites viewers to consider (literal) perspectives other than their ownas they move through a space in which visual and musical elements are fragmented. Only by considering the work from many angles can viewers understand the whole effect. With debate online and in real life becoming ever more polarisedPost-Truth and Beauty reminds us of the dangers of retreating into silos and disregarding other points of view. 

Created by: Tim Murray-Browne & Aphra Shemza
Concept, sound composition, lighting animation & bespoke software: Tim Murray-Browne
Physical sculpture design & fabrication: Aphra Shemza

Commissioned for The Engine Room at Morley Gallery by Morley College London

Image: Antonino Manola