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"Visiona II at the Cologne Furniture Fair in 1970, an installation filled with Pantowers, designed by Verner Panton. The Pantower was as much a piece of organic interactive sculpture as an item of furniture. The lighting at Visiona II highlighted the surreal and quasi-biological qualities of the Pantower." From the book 'The Sixties' by Lesley Jackson.
The Atomic Nucleus. Groups of quarks hold more complex information that encode another level of entities (protons & neutrons). The interaction of the 3 valence quarks within each nucleon creates an electromagnetic signature that repulses protons from one another. What holds them together is the force released from their constituent quarks (residual strong force or nuclear force), that are exchanging information by releasing smaller groups of quarks & bosons in the form of mesons & gluons.