Artworks on View
At first glance, the giant see-through-erector-set-like structure seems to be a realization of one of Leonardo da Vinci's mechanical inventions.
Listen to a 27-foot-tall harp that's strummed by the wind.
Swirling sand evokes a desert landscape.
A mechanical object may seem alive if it responds to you.
Take off and fly in a mirror that makes half your body look whole.
Parabolic dishes collect and focus sound waves and reflect them to participants seated within them.
How closely can you and a partner mirror your movements?
A reflector stretches light from colored tiles into long bright ribbons.
Jane Wolff's writings guide visitors on a walk along San Francisco's waterfront.
Explore the complexity and enormity of this grand, once-living organism.
Air—not water—erupts through fine powder to sculpt these roiling streams.
Leo Villareal's Buckyball shines in both daylight and moonlight.