Science Spectrum


Science Spectrum
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A tree with a thin metal column for its trunk and pipes as its branches. The leaves are depicted as three sided cubes colored by the refractions in the mylar surface.

Plaque Text

"This kinetic exhibit celebrates Isaac Newton's discovery that all light contains color. The wind driven elements are surfaced with diffraction gratings which break the white light into the visible spectrum"

Dates

Made: 1991




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333 W Broad Street, Columbus, OH, 43215


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