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LA Architects Making Indianapolis More Colorful

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Design and architecture firm Ball-Nogues is hard at work installing its latest, Gravity's Loom, at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and there's a colorful Facebook photo set to show for it. From a press release: the project "will be composed of an array of vibrantly colored hanging strings that span the entire pavilion and generate the appearance of a softly spiraling gossamer surface. This surfacewill twist, contort, and spiral downward through the atrium, transforming the architectural space and re-choreographing the flow of visitors to encourage new interactions with the museum." There are a lot of spools involved in this one. [Facebook]