Oh no, I am double reblogging, but to be fair the first one was a scheduled post.
I totally forgot to point out this week that with only two weeks left, I am going to be needing reader questions for the intermission, so I’m going to start collecting them now. You can ask me here if it’s easier for you, but since Tumblr does like to eat messages you can ask them on the Monster’s Garden site too. Thanks guys!
Spectrum of Time by Peter Erskine is a permanent rainbow sundial calendar installation. Hour and month lines painted on the walls and floor of the 40’ X 40’ X 40’ industrial museum space mark the hours, summer and winter solstices, and the spring and autumn equinoxes with astronomical accuracy. A 30’ X 30’ cross of solar spectrum light powered by the rotation and tilt of the earth tells the time and date. On cloudy days a laser pointer driven by a solar tracking program fills in for the rainbow.