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Möbius Weave
The Mobius Strip isn't a road in Las Vegas but is a mathermatical surface derived by and named after the Mathermatican August Ferdinand Möbius. The strip is an example of a non orientable shape, were the shape has only one side. The Möbius Strip is proberly the most famous type of non orientable shape. A Möbius strip can be created by taking a strip of paper and giving it a half-twist, then joining the ends of the strip to form a loop. The Möbius Strip is a simple idea but very fasinating.

This sculpture is an example of a Möbius Strip. It has a metal frame, the willow represnts the surface. The frame is made from welded 10mm metal rod. The willow is bent and formed and attached to the frame with cable ties. The sculptrue is about 700mm in diameter.



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