...towards the rotating cubes...
December 6, 2004 5:30 AM   Subscribe

I've invoked the name before. But while looking for the web site of Peter Zumthor, I came up with this.
posted by Dick Paris (7 comments total)
Uh, trippy.
posted by Plinko at 5:51 AM on December 6, 2004

so, is there anything special about this, mathematically? Or is this just a really cool peice of eye-candy? Two cubes rotating within one another pseudo-randomly? It's cool either way, but would be much moreso if it had some underlying meaning.
posted by phrontist at 6:29 AM on December 6, 2004

Wow. I think I'm just going to get another cup of coffee and stare at that thing until lunchtime. Thanks.
posted by grabbingsand at 6:56 AM on December 6, 2004

good links. I've always liked Zumthor.
posted by tomplus2 at 7:28 AM on December 6, 2004

l haven't heard much about/from him lately. I think that he had enough of the international spotlight and has retreated to what he does best. The cancellation of the "topographies of terror" in Berlin is a waste.
posted by grimley at 8:47 AM on December 6, 2004

If you go directly to the SWF file, you can increase your viewing pleasure.
posted by pmbuko at 10:58 AM on December 6, 2004

Why do I feel as if creatures of Pure Evil from another dimension are about to jump out of my screen, flay me, and wear my skin as an ascot?
posted by Adam Greenfield at 12:18 PM on December 6, 2004

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