Shish-ka-buoy is an installation of pure joy and colourful delight bundled up into a mesmerizing skewer of illuminated spheres. These very unique structures stand out in the urban environment, drawing people in like moths to a flame.

The ever-changing gradients of colours almost appear like a spherical sunset going down on a dark street. This installation is part of over 50 installations for City of Colour during May, and is created by City of Colour programme co-curator Angus Muir of Angus Muir Design. 

About the artist:

Angus Muir creates moments. Specialising in atmospheric architecture, Muir’s work is dedicated to conceiving and executing contemporary, immersive experiences. Springing from an architectural basis, Angus’ design approach is conceptual, ambitious and site-specific, acknowledging historical influences of the area while infusing fresh, contemporary energy into a space. With a strong background not only in the theoretical world of design but also practical fabrication and application, his designs are fastidiously conceived and crafted from end to end.

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Last updated: 22 April 2022