I use coloured and colourless acrylic polished to varying degrees to create objects that adopt the aesthetic of prisms and prismatic colour separation. By faceting and milling the surfaces, it creates a rougher surface in planes, leaving others highly polished. Light is transmitted and reflected differently - colours appear blurred in some places and sharply defined in others. This creates views into "interior spaces" as well. Scale is important to me. The work must pliable be in some way, by the viewer.
Phillip Low is a graduate of St Martins College of Art and Design in London. His work has been shown in galleries and design collections globally. In addition to working on commissions, he has been selected for the AOL Artist Series, participated in shows at Moss Gallery, Gensler , Peel Gallery and the Museum of Arts and Design NYC. He currently lives and works in Canada.