The forerunner of these panels was the Moonflower which was symmetrical, had static white light, and was created as a result when focused on a statement of intent; "to work with the play of light on texture and colour."
At the time I was looking at Gaudi's tiles and Persian art which relies heavily on compass work. In the end playing around with the compass formed these shapes.
The progression was to use a group of coloured leds under each tile, programmed to make an animated colour change over the whole panel.
The panels have five static light configurations and five moving sequences all controlled by a simple remote control.
This installation was designed to be effective both night and day.
It has been hung at the quiet end of a sitting room opposite a comfortable sofa.
It is a wall panel, made up of modular ceramic units capable of presenting slow, morphing colour combinations of varying light intensity, together with rhythmic animation of the surface of the modules.