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leonor antunes: sequences, inversions and permutations

For the first exhibition in St Luke’s, Antunes has been commissioned by The Box to create a new east window design, alongside a series of new sculptural works. In addition to the fused glass window, Antunes has created three main components for St Luke’s, including a new floor work, a series of rope, leather and brass hanging sculptures that resonate with historic ships’ rope making in Plymouth, hand blown Murano glass pendant lights and slatted partitions, which respectively mirror the pattern of the floor, the colours in the window and the church’s original columns. These varied elements not only play with movement, shade, texture and division in space, but deliberately blur the line between where the building’s architecture ends and her art starts.