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Self Revolving Torus Beijing, 2010


Self Revolving Torus from Studio Julius von Bismarck.

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The three-dimensional geometric form of the torus, sliding across the floor, is transformed into a moving object that constantly folds inward on itself. Powered by a motor beneath the crumpled aluminum skin, the surface rotates through the hole at the center. The shape of the universe has been postulated to be a torus, and the Self-Revolving Torus describes the impossibility of the human mind to comprehend more than three dimensions of space.

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Self Revolving Torus, Beijing, 2010

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Self Revolving Torus, Vortex diagram, Beijing, 2010

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Self Revolving Torus, Vortex diagram, Beijing, 2010

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Self Revolving Torus, Vortex diagram, Beijing, 2010

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Self Revolving Torus, Vortex diagram, Beijing, 2010

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Self Revolving Torus, Vortex diagram, Beijing, 2010

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Self Revolving Torus, Vortex diagram, Beijing, 2010

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Self Revolving Torus, Vortex diagram, Beijing, 2010