Bit.fall

November 8, 2010 § 2 Comments

On November 2nd, London kicked off its 2010 Drift event featuring contemporary artwork along waterways in London and the Central Wharf from various artists.

German artist Julius Popp created tension between highly technological systems and natural elements with his installation along the river. A series of valves drop water in a precise configuration that creates words extracted from headlines for just a moment. (These images are from a previous installation and the video at the bottom shows the full effect.)

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