An installation about writing, design and consciousness, Twenty-five sculptures in five dimensions explored whether people could experience text as a sculptural object. As part of a collaboration with Studio Sutherl&, Tom Sharp filled a high-ceilinged church in Covent Garden with 25 plinths. Each plinth held a text created to a strict format of five syllables per line, five lines plus a title. Each piece of writing described an original, imaginary object, so that any emotional response the reader had was because of the object they conjured up, rather than language manipulation.
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