Beyond Entropy: When Energy becomes Form 3-28 May 2011

The Architectural Association School in London is currently hosting a thought-provoking exhibition on the nature of translating energy into its artistic form.

The Architectural Association School in London is currently hosting a thought-provoking exhibition, showcasing the work of eight trios of world-leading scientists, architects and artists brought together with the aim of translating energy into its artistic form.

Beyond Entropy is part of an ambitious two year research project and features eight prototypes, each exploring a different type or aspect of energy. The exhibition comes to London after displays at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2010 and Societe de Lecture, Geneva.

Works on display include a working time machine, thermal replication, the concept of the ownership of air and energy, and a giant self-balancing mechanism.

The exhibition continues until 28 May at the AA School, 36, Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3ES

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