TomServo wrote:Pickles are cucumbers soaked in EVIL!
Bounce530 wrote:From JRS;
by Chassy Cleland, Brooklyn - NY
The Watch starts with a question posed 200 years ago: If you were walking across a barren landscape and found a pocket watch on the ground, how did it come to be there, and in this context, is it any different than an animal or plant?
This installation is a 10' diameter version of that watch, embedded in the desert surface. As biologists look inside animals to trace evolutionary ancestries, answers lie within The Watch. The interior clockwork is exposed, with additional gears scattered nearby. Built as a zoetrope, each spinning cog tells a story about how life came to be. Some cogs run the ticking clockwork, displaying stories that interlock to form our best understanding of the evolutionary clock's mechanisms. Other cogs are scattered nearby, re-telling origin theories discarded in favor of those that better fit with the scientific observations and discoveries of the past two centuries.
SFbrothermichael wrote:Having a new zoetrope by Peter Hudson would be magnificent...
but even if he decides not to create something new, I'd be grateful to revisit one of his past works...
like THE MONKEY's for example!!
I'm also glad to see the return of CUBATRON, bigger and better than ever.
Toolmaker wrote:Glad to hear the cubatron is coming back.. one of my personal favs. At least we get one zoetrope.. I'm sure it will be great even though its not a Hudson.
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