Responding to the sublime architecture of the Greenwich World Heritage site in way that makes us look at it afresh, this was the objective for the exhibition. The result was an interior and exterior installation and exhibition which included sound, video, print and sculptural elements. The star shaped form of Loco Solis was taken from the floor design of the Central Hall of Inigo Jones' Queen's House; calmly static in its perfection and at the very centre point of Jones's perfect double cube. The reinterpretation of the geometry was formed from cut mirror-tiles and transported outside to the courtyard within Wren's Old Royal Naval Hospital. The visual pun of plaster telescopes through which we could not see, hint at the nearby Royal Observatory and of explorations into worlds we cannot see.
"This work steers us towards a new way of seeing the subject and points to aspects of its reality that have little to do with blunt depiction or description. In short the artists challenge us to look again at the site to see it from their shared viewpoint."
Fergus Muir, Former Head of Architecture, Department for Culture, Media and Sport.