Friday, 14 November 2008

Splash by Program Collective

Splash is a spectacular sculpture, made by Mona Kim, Todd Palmer, Olga Subirós and Simon Taylor from Program Collective, created for the Water for Life exhibition at the Expo Zaragoza 2008, a fair that focused on water and sustainable development.
The forms of this 22.5 meters (74 ft) high installation were generated through digital animation technologies that modeled the deformation and energetic scattering of a drop of water being acted upon by various extreme planetary forces - including gravity, wind and heat. The dynamic simulation systems were carried out by Pere Gifre from IKONIC ARTS.

Read more about it here on We make money not art

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