The Pakistan born artist Anila Quayyum Agha created this simple wooden cube as a solitary installation but with the addition of intricate laser cut Islamic pattern, and with the use of a single light bulb the surrounding space is bathed in shadow pattern. Each artwork has a different attitude,” she says. “Work on the wall will impact less people. It is not as large, it’s a more personal experience, solitary. You can control the viewing of the piece by how close or how far you stand to it. Installations and their hugeness have a different impact. It’s social and public. And we all see the work through our own experiences. So when art is out there, it is no longer controlled by the artist, the viewer helps make the story complete. Think of it like the difference between how you experience a book and a movie.” Read more about the artist and see more from Anila here.