The Rainbow Machine, 1998

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 Water, steel, motion sensors, plumbing, electricity: 15x9x5 ft  A steel apparatus creates a wall of water that allows the viewer to see primary and secondary rainbows when the sun shines. Sponsored by the Australian Network for Art and Technology. Installation view: Sculpture Triennial, Canberra, ACT, AUS

Water, steel, motion sensors, plumbing, electricity: 15x9x5 ft

A steel apparatus creates a wall of water that allows the viewer to see primary and secondary rainbows when the sun shines. Sponsored by the Australian Network for Art and Technology. Installation view: Sculpture Triennial, Canberra, ACT, AUS

 
 

Light Rain Helsinki, 2004

with Paul DeMarinis

Computer, audio amplifiers, water, stainless steel.   15x9x5 ft

A mist of water creates primary and secondary rainbows when the sun shines. Visitors can hear music by walking into the mist with umbrellas that act as loudspeakers as the water passes over them.

Installation views: KIASMA Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland, 2004

 
 

Light Rain Shanghai, 2004

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 with Paul DeMarinis Installation views, Hyper Design, the 2006 Shanghai Biennial

with Paul DeMarinis
Installation views, Hyper Design, the 2006 Shanghai Biennial

 
 

light Rain Seville, 2004

with Paul DeMarinis
Installation view YOUNIVERSE, The 2008 Biennial of Seville, Seville, Spain.

 
 

Rainbow Machine, 2008

 Rainbow 50x18  Installation view, Shenzhen, PRC sponsored by the Shenzhen Institute of Fine Arts, Shenzhen, PRC

Rainbow 50x18

Installation view, Shenzhen, PRC sponsored by the Shenzhen Institute of Fine Arts, Shenzhen, PRC

 
 

Bucket at the End of the Rainbow, 1998

  Testing in development of the Rainbow Machine, with John , Adelaide, South Australia, 1998.


Testing in development of the Rainbow Machine, with John , Adelaide, South Australia, 1998.