If an atom was enlarged to the size of this sphere, all the components, the nucleus and the electrons, would still be invisible. if the sphere was enlarged to the size of downtown providence, then the nucleus would be the size of a small pebble and the electrons would be tiny grains of sand. the rest of the space would be empty [slide].

Title: 
If an atom was enlarged to the size of this sphere, all the components, the nucleus and the electrons, would still be invisible. if the sphere was enlarged to the size of downtown providence, then the nucleus would be the size of a small pebble and the electrons would be tiny grains of sand. the rest of the space would be empty [slide].
Author/Artist: 
Evans, Adrianne, 1972-
Publisher: 
[Providence, R.I.], 2001.
Description: 
glass; plexiglass, copper wire ; 182.2 cm.
Juror: 
Oldknow, Tina.
Technique: 
Slumping
Assembling
Other Authors: 
artist
Oldknow, Tina. juror
Aldridge, Peter, 1947- juror
manufacturer/owner/host/
Bib ID: 
123799
Notes: 
Copies in drawer: 0
Published in: New Glass Review 23, p. 8, no. 24.
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Description in New Glass Review: Pulled and formed glass cane; slumped plexiglass, copper wire.
Description from entry form: Pulled and formed glass cane, slumped Plexi, copper wire.
Technique: Slumping, assembling.
Type: Installation.
Image orientation: landscape.
Series: 
New Glass Review 23; entry no. 0674.1.01
New Glass Review winner ; NGR 23 no. 24