I recalled a story told by my Fine Arts teacher in senior high school, while listening to Pictures at an Exhibition in the morning.
A man was watching a football game on TV. During the game, one of the athletes broke his leg, the calf bones snapped on the spot. The man sighed, and said to himself, "What a pity, such an amazing thing had to be broken in half!"
He was Thomas Heatherwick, who invented the Rolling Bridge, a bridge which allows cruises to pass by being folded, instead of being separated into two parts.
I also remembered how I traveled by the MRT, arriving at Taipei Fine Arts Museum for an exhibition called Inside Heatherwick Studio. Getting a real taste of the renowned spun chair was undoubtedly a valuable experience.
P. S. might move over to another platform. I want to post images. This is no different from writing my diary on an online post-it note.