at hand, Ann Hamilton
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It's a room full of pieces of tracing paper. Why is it full of tracing paper? Because four devices on the ceiling are dropping a piece of paper every few seconds. That white blob in the upper left is a piece of paper, fluttering down to the floor.
Here's a device, and another fluttering blob:
Why did I have to take this picture?
Because, primus, the kids love it. They're running around, kicking paper, throwing paper in the air.
And, secundus, this little plaque:
Upon entering the gallery, please be mindful of the quiet, contemplative atmosphere that this work creates for many of our visitors.
Frankly, I figure the artist did it for the kids.
Needle Tower, Kenneth Snelson
These aren't great; I should have gotten more stereo separation. Nonetheless, pretty good.
(More Snelson images, including stereograms, can be found at http://www.kennethsnelson.net/ and http://www.grunch.net/snelson/ .)
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