Blowing bubbles: A virtual installation in participatory time, dimension, and synchrony

For his Master of Liberal Studies final project, Aaron Fahrmann (Photographer) has created an interactive installation designed to amplify our daily experiences of synchrony, and question traditional ideas of linear time. This project attempts to incorporate network theory, chaos theory, string theory, synchrony, relativity, and dimensional translation -- all unified under a new idea of human movement within time. The project will be installed in Rapson Hall on the first floor between the new addition and the original building. This area, appropriately called the link, will hopefully have even more relevance after visiting this project. Visit the installation during finals week December 17-21.