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Get the Ball-Nogues Rolling

If you have been in the IMA recently, you saw the spectacular and commanding work Gravity’s Loom by Ball-Nogues Studio, comprised of miles of colorful string and arranged in a dizzying spiral. Amanda York blogged about the creation of Gravity’s Loom during the week it was installed. Now, I see groups of visitors gathered under it daily- it is a great way to enter the museum.

Benjamin and Gaston gave a talk at the Museum after the install, where they showcased both their knowledge of architecture and commitment to their process as well as their wicked senses of humor. In case you missed it, here is the lecture. And if you haven’t seen Gravity’s Loom, get to the Museum as soon as you can!

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