Maurice Clifford's Zeropoint presented on the Beltline

Maurice Clifford's Zeropoint is an artistic expression of the emergence of life through chemistry. On the early Earth there was no DNA and there were no proteins. Molecules were small. With lots of time, driven by the engine of Earth's environment and the laws of chemistry, they came together to form the diversity of life we know today.

The piece was over 10 meters in length and as many feet tall. Dozens of people were in attendance as projectors shown brightly images of evolution on the walls of the structure.

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