These images taken from the Museum of Science & Industry were selected to illustrate the idea of the Art of Processes particularly in the context of time and space. Initially, I was interested in the big idea of the natural processes that occur throughout the content of Earth Science. At the museum, I was inspired by artistic representations in the Space Port and The Art of the Bicycle exhibits. My idea further evolved by talking to Punya to include the scale of dimensions in time and space. The image above is a model of Foucault's pendulum, discovered while fixing a clock, that accidentally proved that the Earth rotates. This image speaks to me about the connection between time and our place in space. The image below is a simulation of the natural processes involved in an avalanche. Glass beads and garnet sand are used to model granular physics. The final image was my inspiration for including art in the process of deconstructing science concepts. Each part of the bicycle represents a stage in a process and comes together conceptually as a work of art. I used Google Drawing to create the images.