Taboo Subjects: Lucy Pringle

Wednesday, October 28, 9:15 p.m.10:45 p.m.
United States
Crop Circles, Windows of Perception

For hundreds of years, large geometric designs have appeared in the fields of England's West Country. Some crop circles emit an energy that has permanently or temporarily disabled cameras and computers. Dowsers, using pendulums and dowsing rods, record dramatic shifts of the energy lines in crop circles and mathematicians are confounded by some of their geometric constructions.

Lucy Pringle will share her findings, as well as discuss the presence of energy in buildings and their environs that are recordable with dowsing rods.

The Taboo Subjects series is organized by Ben Nicholson. Presented with Sullivan Galleries and the Chicago Architecture Biennial.

The William Bronson and Grayce Slovet Mitchell Lecture Series is free and open to the public. AIA Learning Units available for most lectures and events.