Parabolic

Aycliffe primary is situated on the western end off the white cliffs of Dover.
The white cliffs signify a point of arrival and departure and the port of Dover relationship with international communication continues to be a integral part of the towns identity.

The Students of Aycliffe primary school investigated how though communication they can make a difference. 

Though a series of  collaborative group workshops led by Matt Rowe the students developed a range of sculptures  and actions using reflective parabolic dish as a starting point.

Light Painted Abstract Landscape  

Long Exposure Motion Drawings  

Long Exposure Motion Drawings  

Long Exposure Motion Drawings  

Composition With Parabolic Reflectors

Reflector Satellites  

Parabolic Reflector Satellites  

Reflector Satellites  

Parabolic Reflectors  

Parabolic Reflectors Experiments  

Parabolic Reflector Satellites  

Parabolic Communications Towes