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British artist and colour consultant Sophie Smallhorn explores the relationship between colour, volume and proportion. While the scale of her work ranges from screen prints to vast public projects such as the 2012 Olympic Stadium, she examines this relationship on a small scale in her Component Cubes series. These sculptures are made from aluminium, urethane board and acrylic, covered in a saturated cellulose paint; their three-dimensional nature allows viewers to watch how the colour interactions alter when seen from different angles.