Focus

I visited the Focus installation, this morning…

… I can’t believe this amazing work has been running for 8 months and I’ve only just found it…

… It’s possible I saw it mentioned somewhere and didn’t register it, because I’m not a huge fan of these 3D extravaganza-type builds. I usually find them needlessly confusing and, invariably, blandly repetitive…

… this is absolutely NOT the case, here. The level of gorgeous complexity here is astounding…

… and the colours are really beautiful…

… I cannot conceive how one would go about creating something this huge and complex, without it being just a chaotic nightmare…

… but this is clearly a highly structured creation…

… the stunning sum of all it’s intricate, varied parts…

… I found it never feels cluttered, or overwhelming, but always feels visually rich…

… and spatially stunning…

… there are various walkways to follow…

… but it’s not too hard to fall off them, and wind up having to fly around, exploring. You can also actually get stuck on the lower level, hitting invisible ceilings when you try to fly up, but it’s not too hard to find a way up, again…

… there’s just too much to absorb, in a single visit, although taking 247 photos certainly provided me with the material to review what I’d seen, at my leisure. D B Bailey told me he is always tinkering with it, so I’m sure coming back would be rewarded with new wonders to see…

… the visual richness, here, is magnificent…

… and I’m very glad I finally made it here (:

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