"Turning a Snowball Inside Out"
In the 1960s, mathematicians showed how to turn a sphere
inside out. To do this, the surface must pass through itself,
but no tears or creases are allowed to form at any point.
Our design is an artisitc interpretation of the halfway point
of such a sphere-everting process, where the surface
displays half of its outside, shown as a solid form,
as well as half of its inside, rendered as a transparent grid.
Page Editor: Carlo H. Séquin