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LACMA debuts its ‘Solar Reserve,’ a digital sculpture addressing energy conservation

“Gerrard used gaming technology to create a virtual world that mimics the positions of the sun, in real time, over the Solar Reserve site during the course of a year” writes Deborah Vankin for latimes.com. At this moment, the work depicts an aerial view of the power plant, concentric circles of tile-like mirrors with a tower at its center that, all together, resembles an ancient, slate-gray sundial of sorts. But the image morphs throughout the day, as the power plant’s 10,000 mirrors continuously shift, tracking the sun.
 
Source: latimes.com



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