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  • Heliotrope is an e-zine that manages to somehow get Big Names and then never edit their work, offering up a so-so result.

    WTF: Heliotrope doesn't believe in editing

  • The latest issue of Heliotrope is out with fiction by Neil Gaiman and Rhys Hughes and nonfiction by Lou Anders, Paul S. Kemp, Hal Duncan, Bryan Talbot, Chris Roberson, and Catherynne M.Valente. [via Cool-Mo-Dee] @Beneath Ceaseless Skies:

    April 2009

  • The Heliotrope is the brainchild of architect Ralph Disch.

    White Noise

  • The other is what we lapidaries call Heliotrope, a stone of exceeding great virtue, for that whoso hath it about him is not seen of any other person whereas he is not, what while he holdeth it. '

    The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio

  • But what is especially interesting about "Heliotrope" is the way Mr. Day has incorporated the rhythms and systems of nature within the work.

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  • John Day, a Californian now living in New York, spent two months foraging the forested areas of the State University's Old Westbury campus to collect the more than 8,000 sticks, twigs and tree branches that he used to create "Heliotrope" (2010).

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  • In John Day's "Heliotrope," the branches seem to be growing toward the light.

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  • Instead of using an electronic tracking system, Forrest Liau, Vyom Sharma, and George Whitfield, who made up the "Heliotrope" team, decided to use the difference in temperature between shaded and sunny areas to change the properties of the material supporting solor photovoltaic cells.

    Inventor Spot - Inventions, Innovations, and Interesting Ideas for the Inventor in All of Us

  • Greeks call Heliotrope, and we call Sunflower, not only rejoice at the sight of the sun, but follow with loving fidelity the attraction of its rays, gazing at the sun, and turning towards it from its rising to its setting "(" Divine Love, "Mulholland's translation).

    The plant-lore & garden-craft of Shakespeare

  • Cui Fei's work was already in place.) "Heliotrope" is more an art environment than an installation, for it is to be experienced rather than simply viewed.

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