Wind Installation Creates Ever-Changing Results
American artist Charles Sowers has made an installation that relies on the wind to interact with his work.
Called ‘Windswept’, Sowers has put up 612 rotating wind direction indicators on the wall of Randall Museum in San Francisco.
The artist's idea was to “visually reveal the complex and ever-changing ways the wind interacts with the building and the environment”.
The engaging kinetic sculpture shows a longstanding obsession with natural phenomena, displaying a work of the unnoticed to audience.
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[via Charles Sowers]
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