The Kaleidoscope Project


Kaleidoscope Project was displayed in the frame of “Marmomacc & The City” 2015, in Verona and was made of Pirgon white marble. Designed by Archkt Ltd, Our Kaleidoscope view, is that all of those tools and resources we use to minister our marbles, today need to reflect that dynamic, changing nature. So, Verona is a place where we can begin to share the many ways we are shaping and reshaping the resources we use. As the tube is rotated, the tumbling of the objects presents varying patterns in different time. A constant changing of our extraordinary marbles. (Coined in 1817 by Scottish inventor Sir David Brewster, “kaleidoscope” is derived from the Ancient Greek καλός (kalos), “beautiful, beauty”, εἶδος (eidos), “that which is seen: form, shape”and σκοπέω (skopeō), “to look to, to examine”, hence “observation of beautiful forms.” )

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