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Trapeze (Eigenoscillator)
Commissioned by the artist Emma Woffenden for her glass and ceramics exhibition at Fabrica, Brighton, 2003

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Aerial was invited to design and produce an automated electromechanical trapeze; a central kinetic work for the exhibition. The trapeze starts from rest. It gradually reaches maximum amplitude, dramatically collides with a metal structure, then gradually comes to back to rest.

Testing mechanism
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