Mariko Mori "Tom Na H-iu"

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"Tom Na H-iu" is a place where souls waited to pass onto their next life in ancient Celts lore. The "standing stones" that were built according to these ancient myths inspired Mariko Mori to create a present day monument signaling life and death.
The piece is 3m tall, and made from glass. Mori's Tom Ha H-iu captures the death of stars and indicates its rebirth. This is realized by a computer connected to Super-Kamioka Neutrino Detection Experiment (Super-Kamiokande) that catches the light that stars generate when they die. The piece interacts with the incoming signals to radiate a new ray.

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Schedule

From 2006-04-21 To 2006-06-03

Artist(s)

Mariko Mori

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    tapiocamix: (2006-05-27 at 23:05)

    お風呂屋さんで森万里子。
    とってもおかねがかかっていそうでした。
    綺麗でした。

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