Erwin Timmers and Michael Janis review castings based on Einstein's theories - December 2005.
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The finished artwork piece was photographed and a poster of the finished artwork was created and sent to the school systems across the country, promoting science and the tribute to Einstein.
Many of the cast glass images are explained in the artwork legend:
Einstein once said “God does not play dice with the universe,” but in this case Einstein was wrong. Much of nature is guided by the dice-like randomness of quantum mechanics.
Recently, the educational glass artwork came to Ohio's North Adams High School, where, six years ago, teacher Olga Cruzelaya had organized to submit photos of their students. A number of the original students , now graduated, were indeed inspired by the sculpture, and were interviewed by Carleta Weyrich in an article in "The People's Defender" newspaper.
Chase Burns, a 2009 graduate of North Adams High School, is the face behind the first square of the glass sculpture, “A New World View,” a 2005 project of the American Physical Society. - Carleta Weyrich/The People’s Defender
The American Physical Society's project showcases how successful a public art project can be - one that educates and inspires; where both the students and the school systems that participated in the creation of the art work are each excelling and advancing.Congrats to all involved!
Click HERE to jump to the reunion of the artwork and the students at North Adams High School in the People's Defender newspaper.