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Paul Fryer

Perpetual Study in Defeat, 2006

Glass, aluminium, vacuum gear, computer, high voltage transformer, tantalum grids
17 7/10 × 17 7/10 × 58 7/10 in
45 × 45 × 149 cm
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London, New York
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DICKINSON
London, New York
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“The star in a jar is basically a simple fusion reactor in a bell jar. What you see when the machines are activated is a small sun inside a glass dome in a vacuum almost as empty as outer space. The work comprises two sets of metal hoops (or grids), one 12 inches in diameter and the other, the central grid, …

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London, New York
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“The star in a jar is basically a simple fusion reactor in a bell jar. What you see when the …

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“The star in a jar is basically a simple fusion reactor in a bell jar. What you see when the machines are activated is a small sun inside a glass dome in a vacuum almost as empty as outer space. The work comprises two sets of metal hoops (or grids), one 12 inches in diameter and the other, the central grid, …

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Paul Fryer

Perpetual Study in Defeat, 2006

Glass, aluminium, vacuum gear, computer, high voltage transformer, tantalum grids
17 7/10 × 17 7/10 × 58 7/10 in
45 × 45 × 149 cm
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location
London, New York
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