In the fire-free atrium of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague hangs a work of art by Zoro Feigl. Together with the artist and BAM, DGMR devised a solution to minimise the risk of fire.
Video: Michael Haas.
Due to the sheer number of voltage swings, more than thirteen million maximum changes per twenty-five years, fatigue played a major role. Therefore, it was not feasible to carry out the artwork in metal. For this reason, the rings originally invented as steel spatial crafts have been transformed into plastic pipes. Moreover, we have reduced the number of engines to power the object from six to two. It turned out to be enough to drive only the outer ring of the artwork. The inner rings then move naturally and make random movements.
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