From Sachi Gosal and Jacqueline Ambrose’s article for the Michigan Daily:

March 14 marked the official opening of artist Machine Dazzle’s “Ouroboros” exhibition in the University of Michigan Museum of Art’s Irving Stenn, Jr. Family Gallery. The exhibit will unfold in three acts during the five months this piece will be featured at UMMA. The first act depicts the Ouroboros, an ancient symbol displaying a snake eating its own tail, through a sculpture that hangs from the gallery ceiling of a 30-foot conceptual snake whose insides are made out of manipulated plastic.

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