UNIQLO TATE Late 29/11/2019

Hugely honoured to be invited along to this incredible evening as part of the Turbine Hall takeover,
12 to 14 thousand visitors over a 3.5 hr period meant the Bridge over the Turbine Hall was rammed all evening. 

Two sculptures were exhibited, Shhare and Quotem, both in a way complimentary yet distinct.

From the youngest children to the oldest art lover both Shhare and Quotem were in use, enjoyed and enthralling continuously.

Conversations were shared, passions discussed and ideas generated. A brilliant evening with brilliant people. 

Shhare Too is in development. Making this simple powerful piece even easier to be enjoyed by all and even more visually enticing. 

Shhare is truly engaging and produces happiness and delight. No batteries, no high tech. Simple and effective.


An acoustic sculpture created by Richard Grant, founder. First exhibited Friday 10th May 2019 at “Hackoustic Presents:”  IKLECTIK Art Lab, SE1 7LG.

Shhare - what is it?

Shhare is an analogue demonstration of encryption enabling deceit that lends to intimacy via 256 possible connecting options. Even at test of concept stage it is hugely popular in encouraging engagement, play and learning.

Participants collaborate to find their own unique conduit of communication, whilst others seek theirs. No one can be sure of who is sharing what with whom. What might they be whispering directly into each others ears – who else might be listening?

Shown alongside Richard’s stunning “Quotem” digital light sculpture.­

Shhare is available to purchase (fully customised), or to hire for unique events and experiences.

Bespoke commissions welcomed

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