Just come back from a trip to London, did some of the touristy stuff I never did when I lived there. In the V&A one of the galleries has a circular hole in the ceiling, which is a hole in the floor of the gallery upstairs, and suspended in the hole is an exhibit called Breathless, which is lots of squashed-flat (using the hydraulic press from Tower Bridge, I seem to remember) brass band instruments, arranged to look like the ceiling-boss from a domed roof. The instruments are black from below and shiny from above. Very interesting (well I thought so anyway). I stood and looked up at it until I got a crick in my neck. Anyone else seen this?