Thursday, September 14, 2023

Art (part two)

Beside the bubbles were these odd looking structures:

Inside the inner ring were mirrors, and so we turned them and watched the colors change. Then we realized that when you spun the outer ring, it generated music, and each one generated a different tone. It was ingenious, and if you had enough people in your group, you could have your own orchestra. 

I'm a huge admirer of interactive art, particularly something like this, where it's just displayed in a park and people come by and play. I think it makes people appreciate art more, and it adds an element of play that is irresistible. Everyone who stopped while we were there seemed as delighted as we were.

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