Power lines are an inspiration for artists?
They were for Richard Box in Bath, England in 2004.
This happen back in 2004, but it’s still very interesting – thousands of fluorescent lights from the emissions of the cables above–Hundreds of people are flocking each night for a close-up look at Richard Box’ artistic display of 1301 fluorescent bulbs that are lit by the overhead high-power lines — just from the ambient energy surrounding the lines.
The display, called “Field,” which opened on Feb. 15 and has been extended to March 6, is situated near freeway M4 in Bath, England, where passersby can view the spectacle.
Art is many things to many different people. To Richard Box, it’s 1301 fluorescent tubes set up under some power lines in England.
Because we’re feeling particularly “sciencey” this morning, we’ll throw in–absolutely free of charge!–a pic of the earth’s magnetic fields.
Art and science all wrapped up into one.
A twofer for Leap Day 2008.
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* Power lines in Suffolk England |Source=http://www.tonyboon.co.uk |Date=4th October 2004 |Author=Tony Boon
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* pure energy systems
Source: Richard Box
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