Don’t disturb

No need to surrender.

A text panel acts out the intriguing announcement ‘don’t disturb my spheres!’

The echo of the past can be reinterpreted and the shortest distance between people can be bridged by a story. Named is the story of Archimedes and retold in the many history books from BC to AD. Here a man is at work with his own thoughts, equations and dust, as a war was fought over Syracuse. In the ensuing brutality of war Archimedes was killed by a Roman soldier. “Don’t disturb the circles, “ a somewhat distracted Archimedes shouted at the soldier, trying to protect the circles drawn in the dust on the floor. This said, they became his fatal last words.