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This sculptural installation for Famous Grouse was engineered as part of their "What would you like to be famous for?" campaign and features laser-cut rings of copper-plated aluminium suspended on a tension net of thin wires—the form of the sculpture inspired by whisky swilling in a glass. Various answers to the question have been laser-cut from each ring so that a robotically controlled central light casts silhouettes of the answers onto the surrounding walls. Originally installed in the Welsh Chapel on Shaftesbury Avenue in London, the sculpture has now found a permanent home in the centre of the foyer of the Concert Hall in Perth, Scotland.

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