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U-Ram Choe

Nox Pennatus (Scientific name: Anmoroprsta Cetorhinus maximus Uram), 2005

Stainless steel, brushed acrylic, circuits, motor, CPU board, custom software
24 × 39 × 22 in
61 × 99.1 × 55.9 cm
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New York , Los Angeles
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Nox Pennatus usually live in large cities or industrial areas. They inhale NOx (some type of …

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Nox Pennatus usually live in large cities or industrial areas. They inhale NOx (some type of nitrogen oxide) through the 12 inhalers on the side of their bodies and exhale oxygen in return. After midnight, when the atmosphere's pollutants descend onto the surface of the earth, the creatures are most active, flying …

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U-Ram Choe
Korean, b. 1970
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Inspired by the grandeur of the physical realm, from celestial bodies to earthly organisms, U-ram …

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Inspired by the grandeur of the physical realm, from celestial bodies to earthly organisms, U-ram Choe’s complex kinetic sculptures combine delicate, otherworldly beauty with machines, motors, and steel. Choe’s shiny biomorphic forms flutter, glow, and breathe inside their metallic bodies, appearing both familiar and …

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Nox Pennatus usually live in large cities or industrial areas. They inhale NOx (some type of …

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Nox Pennatus usually live in large cities or industrial areas. They inhale NOx (some type of nitrogen oxide) through the 12 inhalers on the side of their bodies and exhale oxygen in return. After midnight, when the atmosphere's pollutants descend onto the surface of the earth, the creatures are most active, flying …

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U-Ram Choe
Korean, b. 1970
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Inspired by the grandeur of the physical realm, from celestial bodies to earthly organisms, U-ram …

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Inspired by the grandeur of the physical realm, from celestial bodies to earthly organisms, U-ram Choe’s complex kinetic sculptures combine delicate, otherworldly beauty with machines, motors, and steel. Choe’s shiny biomorphic forms flutter, glow, and breathe inside their metallic bodies, appearing both familiar and …

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U-Ram Choe

Nox Pennatus (Scientific name: Anmoroprsta Cetorhinus maximus Uram), 2005

Stainless steel, brushed acrylic, circuits, motor, CPU board, custom software
24 × 39 × 22 in
61 × 99.1 × 55.9 cm
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location
New York , Los Angeles
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