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    Networktopia is a piece that was developed over a two-day period by artist Kim Harty. During the demonstration/performance, she dripped hot glass strings onto a platform and slowly built the glass up into mountain-like sculptures. The topographical piece looks like delicately spun cobwebs of silk or sugar.

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Glass piece by Kim Harty. Networktopia is a contemplation on opposites and embodies the dichotomies of hard and soft, strong and delicate, organic and rigid.

Networktopia Glass Sculpture by Kim Harty

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