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Lewis's Fifth Floor: A Department Story Photographs by Stephen King. Introduction by Deborah Mulhern. Liverpool University Press and Neutral Spoon, Liverpool, U.K., 2010. 159 pp., illus. ISBN: 978-1-84631-246-5

Leonardo reviews Leonardo r eviews Editor-in-Chief: Michael Punt Managing Editor: Bryony Dalefield Associate Editors: Dene Grigar, Martha Blassnigg, Hannah Drayson A full selection of reviews is published monthly on the LR web site: . rogate of the sun. Uzunovski, on a visit to Finland in an attempt to photograph the arctic tundra on the shortest day of the year, observed that under certain circumstances, the sun’s rays appeared to hover above the surface of the earth, never touching the ground, illuminating only upper branches of the trees. At certain points, he noticed, it was possible to touch the light with one’s fingertips. He was further motivated to augment illumination for Laplanders in areas in which diurnal light was limited to only 5–10 seconds. Two years later, in a studio in Trieste, Uzunovski collaborated with physicists from the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics and the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) to develop geo-positioning coordinates for a solar replica. Together with, for example, Pierdavide Coïsson of ICTP the artist was able to identify 22 December as a day when a very high logarithmic value (24,000 m) could be assigned to sunrays that would reach the polar circle, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Leonardo MIT Press

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