Slow Becoming Delightful



“Designed to draw attention to the magical properties of weather events, the installation consisted of a series of passively activated pressure vessels linked to an array of humidity tanks. Over a period of time, energy and water is collected and stored. When the ‘ideal’ circumstances were in place a fine mist was dispersed creating a rainbow. This installation in the Kielder Forest was an ephemeral moment. Using the scan as an almanac, sun path studies predicted potential territories and times when the installation could operate. This was then visualised by placing designed elements back in amongst pointcloud data to produce a series of drawings which amalgamate digital and real.”

Woah. Some really interesting concepts here by William Trossell and Matthew Shaw! (ScanLAB Projects)

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