New Explorations in Science Action

May 1996

Supported by Jerome Foundation

An elaborate symphony of small machines that explore the possibilities of centrifugal force x of QuickTimes and documentation of each MRT device. It will culminate with a series of live video web performances, simultaneously based in New York and San Francisco.


You can still see this if you have Quicktime, but it’s not working as it should be. Sound on.

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