ABACUS

 

Abacus is about decoding inherent patterns. The Abacus, one of the earliest decoding devices, was a seminal invention that changed the world. Centuries later the science, inventions and discoveries that lead to the decoding of the human genome started a revolution in biology. In both cases, this ability to decode inherent patterns in nature changed people’s lives.

Abacus is a poetic metaphor for the use of coding, instrumentation and measurement that are innate human inventions fundamental to the empirical and humanistic practice of medical treatment and care - in particular the decoding, precision and other technologies used in targeted genetic medicine.

Abacus is an array of digitally controlled mirrors, each face has a laser etched  letter taken from of the four DNA nucleotides (C) Cytosine, (G) Guanine, (A) Adenine and (T) Thymine. Guided by light sensors, The 4 sided panels move in tandem with surgical precision to project light reflections from the sun to create an image of the DNA base pairs on the building and the floor.

KUSLANSKY ELECTRIC
 Abacus is about decoding inherent patterns. The Abacus, one of the earliest decoding devices, was a seminal invention that changed the world. Centuries later the science, inventions and discoveries that lead to the decoding of the human genome started a revolution in biology. In both cases, this ability to decode inherent patterns in nature changed people’s lives. Abacus is a poetic metaphor for the use of coding, instrumentation and measurement that are innate human inventions fundamental to the empirical and humanistic practice of medical treatment and care - in particular the decoding, precision and other technologies used in targeted genetic medicine. Abacus is an array of digitally controlled mirrors, each face has a laser etched letter taken from of the four DNA nucleotides (C) Cytosine, (G) Guanine, (A) Adenine and (T) Thymine. Guided by light sensors, The 4 sided panels move in tandem with surgical precision to project light reflections from the sun to create an image of the DNA base pairs on the building and the floor.
KUSLANSKY ELECTRIC
 Abacus is about decoding inherent patterns. The Abacus, one of the earliest decoding devices, was a seminal invention that changed the world. Centuries later the science, inventions and discoveries that lead to the decoding of the human genome started a revolution in biology. In both cases, this ability to decode inherent patterns in nature changed people’s lives. Abacus is a poetic metaphor for the use of coding, instrumentation and measurement that are innate human inventions fundamental to the empirical and humanistic practice of medical treatment and care - in particular the decoding, precision and other technologies used in targeted genetic medicine. Abacus is an array of digitally controlled mirrors, each face has a laser etched letter taken from of the four DNA nucleotides (C) Cytosine, (G) Guanine, (A) Adenine and (T) Thymine. Guided by light sensors, The 4 sided panels move in tandem with surgical precision to project light reflections from the sun to create an image of the DNA base pairs on the building and the floor.
KUSLANSKY ELECTRIC
 Abacus is about decoding inherent patterns. The Abacus, one of the earliest decoding devices, was a seminal invention that changed the world. Centuries later the science, inventions and discoveries that lead to the decoding of the human genome started a revolution in biology. In both cases, this ability to decode inherent patterns in nature changed people’s lives. Abacus is a poetic metaphor for the use of coding, instrumentation and measurement that are innate human inventions fundamental to the empirical and humanistic practice of medical treatment and care - in particular the decoding, precision and other technologies used in targeted genetic medicine. Abacus is an array of digitally controlled mirrors, each face has a laser etched letter taken from of the four DNA nucleotides (C) Cytosine, (G) Guanine, (A) Adenine and (T) Thymine. Guided by light sensors, The 4 sided panels move in tandem with surgical precision to project light reflections from the sun to create an image of the DNA base pairs on the building and the floor.