Tom Shannon, John Hockenberry:
تام شَنِن: نقاش و پاندول

TED in the Field · 13:21 · Filmed May 2009
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TED، تام شَنِن را، در کارگاه هنری او در شهر منهتن نیویورک ملاقات میکند، تا نگاه صمیمي به هنر الهام از عِلم شده ی او بیاندازد. یک گفتگوی شگفت انگیز و خودمونی با جان هاکنبری آشکار میکند که چطوری نیروهای طبیعت — و هجوم لرزشهای بیماري پارکینسون — در زندگی و هنر او متقابلا تاثیر میگذارد.

Tom Shannon's mixed-material sculpture seems to levitate — often it actually does — thanks to powerful magnets and clever arrangements of suspension wire. He designed the TED Prize trophy. Full bio
Journalist and commentator John Hockenberry has reported from all over the world in virtually every medium. He's the author of "Moving Violations: War Zones, Wheelchairs and Declarations of Independence." Full bio
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