18.06.14 by Jeff

“Strandlines” by artist Michelle Higa Fox

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“Strandlines” is a generative single-channel video installation by artist filmmaker Michelle Higa Fox. Digital waves move back and forth across 400 pounds of sand. The waves corresponds to local tides, and no two waves are ever the same. Watch the video below.


 

Michelle Higa Fox’s Website

via: The Booooooom Vimeo Group













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Artemis

    great work!

  • Often, you see installations that are meant to be unique to the viewer due to a personal connection or perspective; however, this is truly a unique experience for each person to witness a new wave. Truly mesmerizing.

    • Its crazy how comforting the disorder of nature can be despite the inclination humans often have to want put things in order haha





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