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Thilo Frank :Vertical Skip,2009

A thin luminiscent EL wire is driven by an excenter. The modulation and speed of the rope wave can be controlled by the visitors through sensitive moving sensors.
A dynamical sculpture emerges which huge size lets us guess that matter in fact is only consistent of vibrating energy.

Photo: Anders Sune Berg

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Handcarved wooden statue of Níðhöggr crafted by Das Greiftier for display at the Lofotr Viking Museum

Níðhöggr is a dragon who gnaws at a root of the world tree, Yggdrasil. In historical Viking society, níð was a term for a social stigma implying the loss of honor and the status of a villain. Thus, its name might refer to its role as a horrific monster or in its action of chewing the corpses of the inhabitants of Náströnd: those guilty of murder, adultery, and oath-breaking, which Norse society considered among the worst possible crimes.

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Just so everyone knows, there was a miniseries of Going Postal in which Charles Dance played Lord Vetinari and he was magnificent.

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“A man can learn all of an opponent’s weaknesses on that board,’ said Gilt.
‘Really?’ said Vetinari, raising his eyebrows. ‘Should not he be trying to learn his own?”

Terry Pratchett, Going Postal

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Do you play Thud, Mr. Lipwig? It’s a fascinating game.

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things you need to know ;)

things you need to know ;)

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