This once-in-a-lifetime experience of the World Expo aka Expo 2020, currently hosted by Dubai in the UAE is a beyond imagination blend of art, architecture, science culture and more with 192 countries as its participants. There is a brand-new musical attraction at Expo 2020 Dubai and it is a Flying Piano. The newest attraction combines music and wonder, as a female pianist dressed in a white gown is slowly lifted up into the air as she plays soothing music on her white piano. The spectators can only see the pianist Eleanora Costantini and the piano as the long trail of her white gown covers the mystery of how her piano got elevated to the height of five metres. The spectators watch the pianist in wonder as they sit on illuminated seats below.
Russia Pavilion Has Installed A Human Brain
The lively territory is categorised into three thematic districts: Opportunity, Mobility, and Sustainability. Russian Pavilion’s motto is ‘Creative mind: driving the future.’
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Planted in the Mobility district, the Russia Pavilion evolves exactly this theme. In resembling the image of the national pavilion, it has set out to convey in the building’s compositional design. The idea of constant movement is needful for unstoppable progressive development, creation, and progress. The pavilion is in the form of two hemispheres. One inside the other. The two hemispheres are domes. They embody the image of Planet Russia and symbolize wholeness and universality.
The 46 Km Long Elements Of The Building’s Facade Articulates Themes That Are Crucial For The Modern World
The building’s dressings are made from a heap of intertwined thread-like pipes of different colours. Those threads express the ideas of movement, development of meanings and knowledge, orientation on the future, and a theme that is very important for the modern world. The harmonious co-existence of energies and phenomena of very diverse kinds. Technically, the threads are made from aluminium tubes with a diameter of 8 cm. Which is bent at different angles and braid the volume of the pavilion in several directions. The total length of these elements is 46 km, the total number of segments is more than 1000. After the tubes were manufactured and bent to a definite angle, they were coated with a coloured polymer composition that reliably protects the aluminium from burning out in the sun. There are 6 colours used in the project. Which, due to the countless number of combinations on the surface of the exterior, constantly changes its palette surface.
‘The Mechanics Of Wonder’ Concept Steals The Show
The central part of the exhibition is the immersive performance ‘The Mechanics of Wonder.’ It is said that science is international. It happens sometimes that a breakthrough idea travels a lot before turning into useful technology. In fact, somewhere beyond its birthplace. It further brings attention to the creative efforts of generations of Russian scientists and engineers and their contribution to the betterment of the world.
The Russian Pavilion Applauses The Human Brain And Its Proficiency
This exhibition pays tribute to the human brain. It is the science of the brain that brings the most important discoveries of the 21st century. These discoveries will have a deep impact on the consciousness and the minds and will transform human lives. The more humans understand the workings of the brain the more they admire it.
The Gigantic Scultupre Of The Human Brain Majestically Floats In A 13.5 Meter High Space
This high-tech multimedia exhibition has got an interactive sculpture of the human brain. The 7.5-meter-long and 5.5-meter-high art objects are located on the third floor of the pavilion. It seems to float in a 13.5-meter-high space. A separate part of the pavilion’s exposition is reserved for representative offices of Russian technology corporations that use various applied versions of artificial intelligence in their activities.
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