64 Photos - May 27, 2013
Photo: A new step has been built to make access to the eastern ice well easier. This is where Superposition will be installed.Photo: KM3NeT detector

 Propriety KM3NeT Collaboration Source: http://www.km3net.org/images/km3net-geometry-cylinder-example.jpgPhoto: Making discs: The making process, including tweezers! 
Photography by  Lyndall PhelpsPhoto: Some of the 1.5 kms of brass rods, 28,000 glass beads and 36,000 diamantes. Photograph: Lyndall PhelpsPhoto: The first disks: Photo: Lyndall PhelpsPhoto: The eastern ice well, home to SuperpositionPhoto: The eastern ice well under the museumPhoto: The western ice well under the musemPhoto: An atmospheric view of the eastern ice well, home to SuperpositionPhoto: Another biew of the eastern ice well at London Canal Museum, where Superposition will be installedPhoto: The eastern ice well at London canal Museum - north sidePhoto: The eastern ice well at London Canal Museum - south sidePhoto: The half-way point. Blue disks are finished.Photo: A model mockup of the Superposition installation in July 2013Photo: Some of the disks were brought to the museum in JulyPhoto: Superposition taking shapePhoto: A colourful disk for superpositionPhoto: Discs in waiting.... some of thePhoto: Discs are viewed by Carlo Gatti, to the rear. Would he approve if he were alive today? We don't know, but as a forward-thinking man, he probably would.Photo: The diamontes add sparkle to the discks and beads that will make up the Superposition installation.Photo: Some of the colourful discks for SuperpositionPhoto: Photo: Colour match: the beads match the colour of a Carlo Gatti ice cartPhoto: Photo: A view through beadsPhoto: Ben and Lyndall in the ice well at @canalmuseumPhoto: The completed frame from which the artwork will hangPhoto: Photo: The IOP project team in the ice wells following a planning meeting for SuperpositionPhoto: The IOP team visiting the site of the Superposition installation inder @canalmuseumPhoto: The shape of Superposition. The framework is the real thing, the dangling string is there as a marker. This picture shows the future shape of things to come.Photo: Photo: Installation went well on the first day but is not finished in this picturePhoto: Installation in handPhoto: Lyndall works on installing disksPhoto: A view of the work in progressPhoto: Nearing Completion, the installation in the ice wellPhoto: Lyndall hard at work installing the last few components of the installationPhoto: Lyndall, the proud artist, nearing completion of her work.Photo: Superposition A Board in the entrance to the museum.Photo: Photo: The Superposition installation in the ice well. Photo: Richard DaviesPhoto: A full view of Superposition in the ice well. Photo: Richard DaviesPhoto: The glow of the special lighting on the walls highlights the historic location. Photo: Richard DaviesPhoto: A close view. Photo: Richard DaviesPhoto: Hanging in the dark: Photo: Richard DaviesPhoto: Visitors admire the installation in a shot taken with flashPhoto: This picture shows Superposition in its historic context of the ice wells.Photo: A broader view of the ice well with the artwork centre-stagePhoto: The walls are litPhoto: A close-up shot of the workPhoto: The artwork in its subterranean homePhoto: isitors looking at Superposition in the ice well on our late opening day.Photo: A group of students came to see the art in the wellsPhoto: New photo from 12th OctoberPhoto: New photo from 12th OctoberPhoto: New photo from 12th OctoberPhoto: New photo from 12th OctoberPhoto: New photo from 12th OctoberPhoto: New photo from 12th OctoberPhoto: New photo from 12th OctoberPhoto: New photo from 12th OctoberPhoto: New photo from 12th OctoberPhoto: New photo from 12th October