The Inventors’ Studio kept drawing at its core but encompassed paper mechanics, wire sculpture, an interactive installation and work with fabric. The studio appeared to be the workshop of slightly eccentric inventors who believed that with a little help from the public, they would discover how to make humans fly. Their thoughts, experiment and diary excerpts were displayed along side the growing collection of trials and experiments.
“Granny, Granny, my bird flew to the edge of the world!”
“Now I can design a better bird!”
“I hope I don’t land in the sea…”
“Wheee I’m flying!”