Created by a british designer Benjamin Hubert, Foil is a 20-metre-long kinetic sculpture running down the London museum’s elongated tapestry room.


The installation is composed of 50,000 mirror-finish stainless steel panels, the 20 meter long exhibit located in the V&A’s tapestry gallery, moves in a constant sine-wave motion thanks to its high power motor.

As the panels move, LED light reflects off the surface to create a slowly morphing pattern on the walls and the ceiling.

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