Inside the Universal Mind
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Panoramic photo by smirnov_petr Taken 11:09, 07/07/2012 - Views loading...

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Inside the Universal Mind

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The Universal Mind is the continuation of the scientific serie of artworks by Russian artist and architect Nikolay Polissky installed in Nikola-Lenivets village. He worked on this project for the last 3 years. The panorama shows the look from inside the big wooden installation, the main part of one looks like semi-sphere of brain with "convolutions" of 50 kilometers cummulative length.

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A: Interview of Nikolay Polissky

by smirnov_petr, 10 meters away

The Universal Mind is the continuation of the scientific serie of artworks by Russian artist and arch...

Interview of Nikolay Polissky

B: The night look of the Universal Mind

by smirnov_petr, 30 meters away

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The night look of the Universal Mind

C: Way to Universe Mind

by Olga Parshina, 30 meters away

Way to Universe Mind

D: Near the brain

by Olga Parshina, 90 meters away

Near the brain

E: The entrance of the Universal Mind

by smirnov_petr, 110 meters away

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The entrance of the Universal Mind

F: Saray Saraev

by Olga Parshina, 150 meters away

Saray Saraev

G: 38 Panorama

by smirnov_petr, 340 meters away

38 Panorama

H: In the ear

by Olga Parshina, 540 meters away

In the ear

I: Into the brain

by Olga Parshina, 610 meters away

Засели в мозгах

Into the brain

J:

by Olga Agni, 750 meters away

This panorama was taken in Kaluga Oblast

This is an overview of Kaluga Oblast

Kaluga Oblast  is a federal subject of Russia (an oblast). Its administrative center is the city of Kaluga.

It was created in 1944 out of four other oblasts: Moskva Oblast, Orel Oblast, Smolensk Oblast, and Tula Oblast. It is located at the historical region of the former Kaluga Governorate.

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