1′05″ explores and embraces the contradictions of the German V2 rocket: an object of great formal beauty, ugly purpose and uglier production methods. Developed toward the end of the Second World War, the weapon caused many more deaths in production than deployment, and would go on to form a significant part of the foundation for the U.S. space program.

light object
Media: electroluminescent panels, ink on vellum
Dimensions: variable
Year: 2007
As exhibited

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