“Asobi” was created by art student Yasutoki Kariya for his senior thesis exhibition. Meaning “play,” the installation is comprised of 11 computer-programmed incandescent light bulbs hung from strings. They playfully re-enact Newton’s Cradle, visualizing the transfer of kinetic energy in the form of light. (via Spoon & Tamago)
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Independent curator and partner in the firm Therrien Barley.
Troy Conrad Therrien
Partner in the firm Therrien Barley, and Chief Architect, Cloud Communication Software at Columbia GSAPP.