A Look Through The Telectroscope

A Look Through The Telectroscope
Matthias Weber
  • 28 may 2008

The Telectroscope is a charming piece of artwork by Paul St. George. The installation that could have been part of a fantastic Jules Verne or H.G. Wells novel visually connects the cities of London and New York. Simulating a massive tunnel, people on both sides of the Atlantic gather in front of the device to wave at each other.  St. George even developed a fun little story explaining how the tunnel had originally been conceived of by his great grandfather:

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