As part of the ongoing Bishop’s Square public sculpture programme curated by Dickson Russell, H_Edge is exhibited in Spitalfields, London, opposite the Allen & Overy Building. The sculpture generates a new dimension within the city; a strange forest, a non-space; for contemplation and reflection. Blurring the boundaries between art and structure, H_Edge is assembled using thousands of ‘x’-shaped aluminium plates which are held, one above the other, in tension by stainless steel chains that behave like columns. What appears to hang from overhead, on closer inspection, rises from the floor in a seemingly impossible balance of forces. With its reflecting plates, H_Edge echoes its surroundings, shimmering in the daylight and glistening in the night light. What makes this installation different is the reflective pool surrounding H_Edge, enhancing the reverberation of light and colour to create a new visitor dynamic.