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Reflections – kaleidoscope of sound and vision
Austria

The thirteenth Chamber of Wonder stages through various features the development of humanity and its relationship with the crystal material. Pictures, graphics, illustrations and animations convey in 300 facets of 48 crystalline polygons the versatility of the natural phenomenon, the crystal. The first feature is dedicated to the essence of the human being and its striving for knowledge and

insight. As the “history“ sequence impressively shows, the human knows very well how to utilize the crystal.

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Copyright: T. Emrich
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11400x5700
Uploaded: 05/12/2009
Updated: 17/07/2014
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Tags: kristallwelt; swarovski; rauminstallation; kristalle; wunder; licht; kunst; reflektionen; riese; wattens; tirol; innsbruck; kristallwelten; ausstellung
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