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Pythia: images light and art in the new Atlas building

In the new Atlas building space was made near the entrance at the northern side for the Pythia object of image and light. It is a medium through which TUE can communicate with the university community and visitors to Atlas in an innovative and also expressive way. Pythia is a design by Studio Philip Ross in collaboration with TeamV. Like the name Atlas, the name Pythia is derived from Greek mythology. Pythia is the priestess who conveys the wisdom of Apollo, god of light, to humanity. Likewise, the Pythia object will convey the story of TU/e on residents and visitors of the TU/e campus in a visual way. Pythia will for a part also display images of campus life in past and present. For this a series of photographs was selected from 'TU/e in the Picture', the historical imagebank offered to the TU/e community by the IEC. These photographs can be viewed too in this special.
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