This isn't the official Project Requiem write-up, but rather some eye-candy to whet your appetites! The short version is this: on a scorching July afternoon, the seven sculptures derived from a conductor's movements of Verdi's Requiem were installed on the lawn of the Royal Opera House's High House Production Park. The sculptures dazzled under perfect blue skies! They looked utterly gorgeous, as these images should prove. Getting this project from start-to-finish has been a real collaborative effort, pulling in a host of different skillsets, techniques and processes. I have many individuals to thank, but Ethan Shilling, if you're reading this, you're pretty amazing, and Tim Hall - wow! - you did it!