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How many of you can you see? Stand in front of more than 100 curved mirrors and see what happens to your reflection. Light reflects off each mirror at slightly different angles, and lets you see images of yourself staring right back at you.  Find out at SparkLab. #SparkLabQM
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Mirror Mirror at SparkLab

How many of you can you see? Stand in front of more than 100 curved mirrors and see what happens to your reflection. Light reflects off each mirror at slightly different angles, and lets you see images of yourself staring right back at you. Find out at SparkLab. #SparkLabQM

"Disobedience" is an interactive sculpture. It was made by Nassia Inglessis and the team at Studio INI, and was designed to challenge the idea of sculpture as a static art form. Here's how the impressive piece came to life.
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This sculpture expands as you walk through it

"Disobedience" is an interactive sculpture. It was made by Nassia Inglessis and the team at Studio INI, and was designed to challenge the idea of sculpture as a static art form. Here's how the impressive piece came to life.

"Disobedience" is an interactive sculpture. It was made by Nassia Inglessis and the team at Studio INI, and was designed to challenge the idea of sculpture as a static art form. Here's how the impressive piece came to life.
3:38

This sculpture expands as you walk through it

"Disobedience" is an interactive sculpture. It was made by Nassia Inglessis and the team at Studio INI, and was designed to challenge the idea of sculpture as a static art form. Here's how the impressive piece came to life.

Anthem of Joy in Glass, Vera Liskova, Czechoslovakia, Prague, 1977

Favorite Things: Anthem of Joy in Glass

This week’s object is a favorite of William Gudenrath, Resident Adviser, The Studio It still catches me by surprise when I get tongue-tied while standing in front of Anthem of Joy in Glass by…

The solitude of #writing's quite frightening. Its quite close to madness one just disappears for a day & loses touch GORDIMER #writerslifepic.twitter.com/epgSwxdaav

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The solitude of #writing's quite frightening. Its quite close to madness one just disappears for a day & loses touch GORDIMER #writerslifepic.twitter.com/epgSwxdaav

BIG's serpentine pavilion relaunches in Toronto
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Westbank goes BIG in Toronto

The 2016 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, has found a new life – introducing a dramatic urban development that brings BIG’s radical geometries to Toronto. The 27-metre-long pavilion, constructed of 1800 lightweight components of fibreglass, has been installed on the site of Westbank King Street, a new building...

voronoi do after looking at urban maps. Use thin wire and tape to help them hold their shape.
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Explore Heidi Theunissen's photos on Flickr. Heidi Theunissen has uploaded 1426 photos to Flickr.

25 Outstanding Outdoor Stage - Vintagetopia

Over time, the character of Luda's requests changed

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Tape installation

A theater set-design concept by For Use / Numen presented at the gallery of HDD in Zagreb.

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The original, Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the tetrahedral kite (as well as a couple other things).  After Japanese kites, Bell's creations are my chief inspirations in the kite making field.  These kites made of cloth and wood look as futuristic now as they did back then.  Forget space age materials, I see my kite future in working with materials like this...so beautiful.
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Bell Kite Project Blog: Recap

The original, Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the tetrahedral kite (as well as a couple other things). After Japanese kites, Bell's creations are my chief inspirations in the kite making field. These kites made of cloth and wood look as futuristic now as they did back then. Forget space age materials, I see my kite future in working with materials like this...so beautiful.

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AG Bell   An evolving trend in spacecraft is to exploit very small (micro- and nano-sats) or very large (solar sails, antenna, etc.) configurations. In either case, success will depend greatly on of ultra-lightweight technology, i.e., “gossamer systems technology.” Areal densities of less than 1 kg/m2 (perhaps even down to 1 g/m2!) will need to be achieved.

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AG Bell An evolving trend in spacecraft is to exploit very small (micro- and nano-sats) or very large (solar sails, antenna, etc.) configurations. In either case, success will depend greatly on of ultra-lightweight technology, i.e., “gossamer systems technology.” Areal densities of less than 1 kg/m2 (perhaps even down to 1 g/m2!) will need to be achieved.

Popular Science Monthly/Volume 64/December 1903/The Tetrahedral Kites of Dr Alexander Graham Bell