Amazing kinetic sculpture
Bored of still life and moody landscapes? Disenfranchised by gaudy Gaudi or un-memorable Rembrants? Perhaps a look into the amazing world of kinetic sculptures is your next artistic step. But you needn’t queue for the Louvre, Tate or MOMA — the world’s biggest kinetic sculpture is in the most unlikely of places: Singapore Changi airport.
‘Kinetic Rain’, made by a team of German engineers and artists, is made up of 1,216 individual bronze droplets that transform into multiple shapes through slow fluid movements.
Take a look at this video for the specifics of the project; taking the idea from inception to completion:
Pics and vids via changiairport.com