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Exhibit displays science inherent in art, plus more

  • COURTESY HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART
    The paintings in this section of “Inquiring Finds: The Science Behind the Art” come to life when illuminated by different colors, as if their pigments were being remixed in real time. The works, from left, are: Richard Anuszkiewicz’s “Sol V,” “Multi Triangles” by Karl Benjamin and Anderson O’Meally’s “Juxtaposition I.” The exhibit at Spalding House, the Honolulu Museum of Art’s Makiki site, runs through July 6.
  • COURTESY HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART
    Ross Mukai of the Oahu Makerspace was enlisted to create an elaborate Rube Goldberg device to press the play button on a DVD player. Goldberg was a cartoonist and inventor known for his satirical illustrations of machines that went to elaborate lengths to accomplish simple or useless tasks.

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