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Stop/Action Exhibit

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Brooklyn, New York

The Stop/Action exhibit was an art installation in Brooklyn which displayed a series of Aprilia motorcycles arrayed along a winding path through the exhibit space.  The installation depicted a frame by frame crash sequence as a progression of motorcycle model types culminating in the unveiling of the 2012 model about to be introduced to the market.  The scope of engineering for the project involved a complex network of cables and subtle connection details to support the installation.

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