This truncated icosahedron, created by Robert Marshall, measures 7′ 6″ in diameter and consists of 32 panels. It uses two dimensional planes and equilateral shapes to make a symmetric three-dimensional form. Musician Zoë Keating’s “The Path” provides a dramatic score to capture the dynamics of space and movement. The truncated icosahedron was discovered mathematically by Archimedes approximately 550 BC.
Concept & Fabrication: Robert Marshall [hamletconstruction.com]
Cinematography & Editing: Donald Harrison [7cylinders.com]
Music: "The Path" by Zoë Keating [zoekeating.com/]
Special thanks to Tom Bray, Mike Gould and Amy Nesbitt.