Interactive Public Sculpture, 2010
(Kim Morgan, David Clark, Rachelle Vaider Knowles, David Ogborn)
Waterfall is an interactive sculpture. It resembles a vending machine. The theme of the piece is water and water use in our contemporary world. It uses new media to create an interactive experience for the viewer who is able to control the video using the keypad on the outside of the machine. The video is triggered by the audience and sound accompanies the video and the buttons as they are pushed. The machine does not take money and is free to use. This piece was a commission from the Canadian Wildlife Foundation for the Cultural Olympiad, Whistler, 2010
Whistler Live, Cultural Olympiad, Whistler, BC.
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