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  • Zwiazek 04.12.2009
  • Zwiazek 28.11.2009

    Breathing Liquid

    The frontiers of human respiration

    It’s funny the way random little factoids stick in my head, even after many years. When I was in eighth grade, I did a report for my science class on Pascal’s Law, a description of the way fluids behave in a closed system (and the basis of all hydraulics, among other things). And in the course of researching that project I came across a tiny piece of information that blew my 13-year-old mind: the word fluid is not a synonym of liquid; a fluid can be a liquid or a gas. Really? I’ve been breathing a fluid all my life? I just couldn’t get over...

  • Zwiazek 22.11.2009

    Julian Voss-Andreae & Quantum Physics

    "Collapsed Platonic Solids", 2009

    Series of five objects, bronze

    Largest object, 9” (23 cm) diameter

    The Platonic solids are five mathematical objects that have a particularly high degree of regularity. Known for thousands of years, they are named for the ancient Greek philosopher Plato who theorized that the classical elements were constructed from these regular solids. I fabricated the five Platonic solids out of bronze, the material of classical sculpture, and collapsed them by suctioning the air out of them. To me, Collapsed Platonic Solids provide...

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