Art “See through”, Morag Myerscough’s installation in London

“See through”, Morag Myerscough’s installation in London

Emanuele D'Angelo

After passing through Paris, we told you about it here, British designer Morag Myerscough has returned to her hometown, London, with one of her installations.

It’s called “See through” and it’s an interactive bamboo installation with a bright color palette equal to the one used in Paris in “A new now” spiced up with geometric patterns typical of Morag Myerscough. The artist then added messages of hope, collected over the past year, to his new installation.

“See through” will remain visible until this summer and is located in the Mayfair neighborhood. For the artist this is the first ever installation of bamboo, a material he carefully chose because of its flexibility and strength.

Despite the fact that everything is closed, the London designer is trying to give a little joy through her installation and her color palette. A bit like “A new now” in Paris, “See through” aims to encourage people to find the positive sides and changes that can come from the current situation, rather than trying to predict and try to stop the effects it may have in our future.

Here are all the photos of Morag Myerscough’s latest creation.

Written by Emanuele D'Angelo
Listen on