The Star City Clock was inspired by the complex beauty of the natural world; a beauty defined by physical or genetic rules and formed from intricate systems of gracefully interconnected parts.  It began life as the research project "Genetic Recursion" and was developed to its current state with Nathan Currier-Groh at Basermatter llc.         Each are crafted from a sheet of resilient polypropylene plastic which is uniquely painted and laser-cut into twenty four parts.  The parts are then folded along scored lines and interconnected with unique locking slots to produce the final form.  It was sold both assembled and in kit form.  As hoped, the kits have proven to be popular based on the value added through the accomplishment of completing the puzzle.     
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