Crystal Ball sculpture at Realfagbygget. NTNU, Trondheim, Norway
I don't know if this is more of an embellishment, or of an experiment. The ball focuses sun rays at the curved metal plate, where they leave visible traces, sometimes burning holes through the plate. There is a matrix of twelve such plates hung on the wall inside the building. Each of these plates have been, is being, or will be a part of the sculpture for one year. You'd better ask Professor Ola Hunderi at the Physics Department what all this means.
This picture from Lights of Trondheim gallery also illustrates Norwegian schools and centers in Russia listing in Russian-Norwegian directory and is included in Picture Collection (ref. nr. a141-36) on Photo Pages
Fujichrome Sensia II 100 film,
How you can use this image. ©2001 Vadim Makarov