London Stock Exchange unveiled a working installation called The Source this week, designed by Greyworld. The sculpture will herald the opening of the financial markets each day using moving spheres mounted on a vertical grid of long, invisible cables. The independent rising and falling of the spheres mirrors the flux of movement of the money markets, says Greyworld director Andrew Shoben.
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