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Capacitor by John Grade

About the project:

The sculpture slowly opens and closes as well as changes internal light intensity via a controller powering a mechanical transmission wired to sensor feeds on the roof of the museum. Historical weather data is correlated to real time data determining the pace of movement and light intensity change. The further the current readings differ from historical norms, the greater the change in movement in light.

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