The creative collaboration of Shuster + Moseley began while living in a treehouse on a protest site, an experience which informed their subsequent practice. They have developed a series of public pavilions and social sculptures, and now focus on examining the nature and mechanisms of perception in works like Harmonic Lens.
Harmonic Lens, 2015. Hand cut borosilicate glass rods and steel. Fractured glass rods are packed into three steel rings presenting ruptured musical harmonies derived from the Lambdoma. 20cm x 80cm (plinth 190cm x 20cm).