2014-Ongoing | This structure is a 'tensegrity'. The term originates with architect and visionary Buckminister Fuller who observed a principle of fluid interconnectivity in nature, a tensional integrity, or tensegrity. By the elastic property of it's interconnections, when one element of a tensegrity shifts, all other elements shift as well, adapting for a new configuration, yielding without breaking. 'Universe in a Box' uses this metaphor to illustrate the interconnectivity of cosmic systems; the lunar and solar cycles, galactic spirals and the expanding universe. What happens here effects there, from which, everywhere. Strength and resiliency can be found not through rigidity, but through the ability to sway and adapt.