Event Horizon by Jason Hackenwerth :: Shared Description

An installation for the Edinburgh Science Festival 2018. The largest balloon sculpture in the world, with over 25000 latex balloons; it rotates slowly, and tempts a lot of younger people to lie down to look into it from below. The balloons will be recycled and used in an environmentally friendly way when the sculpture is dismantled. LinkExternal link also Link
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NT2573 : Event Horizon by Jason Hackenwerth by M J Richardson
NT2573 : Looking into the Event Horizon by M J Richardson
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NT2573 : Event Horizon  by M J Richardson


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Created: Fri, 13 Apr 2018, Updated: Fri, 13 Apr 2018

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