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MÖBIUS: A Stop Motion Sculpture

August 11, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Created by environmental design group Eness, MÖBIUS is a sculpture commissioned by the city of Melbourne that was photographed and animated over two weeks in May 2011. The piece consists of 21 green triangles that can be configured into several cyclical patterns creating the optical illusion of motion. This is a really fantastic example of public artwork, as the individuals who interact with the space inevitably become part of the art itself. (via change the thought)

 

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