155 Regent Street, London
This installation uses colours, shapes, objects, lights, and the images of onlookers, which are revealed and obscured. Each intake of the piece is different; each breath creates the world anew.
Honey's piece uses a variety of reflective surfaces to create an ever-changing pattern of movement suggesting a breathing kaleidoscope that gradually moves in and out.
Duchamp London's richly patterned fabrics are framed and suspended between the movements and become part of the abstract dialogue with the street. Passers by, shoppers, moving buses and London's diverse streetscape are captured in fleeting moments, pulled in and pushed back in ever increasing and decreasing rhythms.