Daniel Canogar

Waterfall
The sculptural artwork is composed of four metal ribbons lined with LED screens that cascade down the wall. The sinuous shape of Waterfall is reinforced by the constant flow of abstract images that slide down the screen surface. The video is generated in real-time by global trading data. Waterfall attempts to capture the ceaseless ebb and flow of financial data that touches us in more ways that we can imagine.

olafur eliasson

オラファー·エリアソン
اولافور الياسون
奥拉维尔·埃利亚松
אולאפור אליאסון
ОЛАФУР ЭЛИАССОН
water fall versailles
Palácio de Versalhes recebe exposição de artista islandês que conta com uma queda d’água que parece surgir do meio do nada. Componente de uma exposição que propõe alterar as silhuetas do Palácio de Versalhes, a queda d’água do Grand Canal é com certeza a mais impactante. A estrutura amarela é escondida pela corrente de água e as nuvens adjacentes, fazendo com que a queda tenha sua origem incerta, parecendo ter aparecido do nada. O artista islandês Olafur Eliasson é conhecido por seus trabalhos grandiosos que conseguem alterar toda atmosfera explorando a luz, profundidade e sensações.

RYOICHI KUROKAWA

黒川良一
octfalls
Octfalls consists of eight hanging HD screens displaying images of a silver waterfall cascading down a cliff, while the sound of the water rushing over rocks plays over a pair of speakers attached to each screen. These screens are distributed throughout the space at varying heights, encouraging our eyes to wander freely through the installation. The stunning images and highly refined sounds immerse our senses and play tricks on our perceptions. The waterfall suddenly vanishes in vain, then reappears, shifting to another screen, a complex combination of loops in a unique sequence of orchestrated play.

Stephen Hilyard

Waterfall
video art
FILE FESTIVAL
Waterfall presents the viewer with a single static shot of a majestic waterfall. Over the course of the piece a number of diminutive figures walk slowly into the shot on the gravel bar at the bottom of the falls. They have come to pay their respects to the waterfall, we might call them pilgrims – we might call them tourists. Their slow-motion performances appear to be a mixture of the comedic and the devout.

Romain Laurent

Waterfall
프랑스 감독이자 사진 작가 인 Romain Laurent (이전)는 명시 적으로 계획된 스틸 및 비디오 촬영의 이미지를 격리 된 섹션 만 움직이는 애니메이션 GIF로 변환합니다. 루프 된 구도는 주로 사람의 피사체와 그 주변의 공간에 중점을 두어 일상 장면을 초현실적 인 애니메이션으로 바꿔 반복해서 볼 수는 없습니다.
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Eyal Gever

Waterfall
Waterfall Sculpture created using fluids simulation (particle based simulations. These particles are influenced in a multitude of ways by point-based nodes, known as daemons, which can simulate gravity, fluids, water surfaces flow and collision.

Mint Design

Fall in Pop
‘Fall in pop’ by mint design is a large organic work composed of 3D screens made from a fabric that has been coated with a glossy finish called glass organdie (made from polyester), in which motifs are projected, filling the space with light and color. The central focus is a sculptural, draping form which extends from above one’s head, down to the floor, meant to give the feeling of waterfalls which bring moisture to forests, as images trickle down the textile, creating a sensory visual space.

SHIOYASUTOMOKO

塩保朋子
waterfall

From a distance, Tomoko Shioyasu’s giant art pieces could be confused for immense maps of weather patterns rather than intricately cut paper tapestries. In fact, the Japanese artist is heavily influenced and inspired by the elements of nature such as the force of wind or the patterns of cells so it’s no wonder that his work has such an organic look and feel. Using utility knives, soldering irons, charcoal, and a steady hand, she creates floor to ceiling paper tapestries with the forces of nature in mind.

team lab

Universe of Water Particles
Universe of Water Particles is a waterfall created in a computer-simulated environment. A virtual rock is first sculpted and computer-generated water consisting of hundreds of thousands of water particles is then poured onto it. The computer calculates the movement of these particles to produce an accurate waterfall simulation that flows in accordance to physical laws. Next, 0.1 percent of the particles are selected and lines are drawn in relation to them. The sinuousness of the lines depends on the overall interaction among the water particles and forms the magnificent cascade seen on screen.

Kevin Cooley

Fallen Water
Fallen Water explores questions about why humans are drawn to waterfalls and flowing water as a source for renewal. Waterfalls imbue subconscious associations with pristine and healthy drinking water, but what happens when the fountain can no longer renew itself? Is the water no longer pure? Cooley’s choice of subject matter strikes a deep chord with current social consciousness and anxieties about contemporary water usage and the drought crisis faced by the American West. Cooley references Blake’s famous quote from The Marriage of Heaven and Hell as context for the diametric opposites of the current water conundrum: our deep sense of entitlement to and dire dependence on this precious commodity, coupled with a pervasive obliviousness concerning the sources which supply it. As a way to connect with his personal water use, Cooley hiked into the mountains to see firsthand the snowpack (or lack thereof), streams, and aquifers which feed the water sources supplying his Los Angeles home. This multi-channel installation is an amalgamation of videos made over numerous trips to remote locations in the San Gabriel Mountains, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and locales as far away as the San Juan Mountains in Southwestern Colorado. These disconnected video vignettes coalesce, constructing a large water landscape canvasing the gallery walls and floors – reflecting the disparate and widespread origin of Los Angeles’s drinking water. The colorspace within the videos is inverted, turning the water pink, orange and yellow—channeling an altered vision of water—in which something is definitely amiss: a stark reminder of the current water crisis in the state of California.
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Faith Holland

Visual Orgasms
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Sabrina Ratté

Waterfall
Sabrina Ratté est une artiste vidéo établie à Montréal. Son travail est caractérisé par la création d’environnements virtuels générés par des signaux électroniques. L’électricité, comme matériel brute, est sculptée, manipulée et altérée numériquement pour renaître en une architecture vibrante et lumineuse. Ses oeuvres se situent à la limite de la science-fiction, à mi-chemin entre l’abstraction et le figuratif, l’utopie et la dystopie, l’architecture et le paysage. Elle travaille avec les divers aspects de la vidéo, tels que l’installation, le GIF animé, l’impression et la performance live.

Olivier Cablat

waterfall
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MIKE O’TOOLE, ANDREW RATCLIFF, IAN CHARNAS AND ANDREW WITTE

the Waterfall Swing

Towering steel swing set holding arrays of mechanical solenoids that create a water plane falling in the path of its riders. Formed from a tangent of ideas raised from the study of interactions of water as space, the swing is the first in a series that play with interaction in rides and installations. Riders pass through openings in a waterfall created by precisely monitoring their path via axel-housed encoders, creating the thrill of narrowly escaping obstacles.

Zhao Zhao

Waterfall

francisca sanchez

Cascading Waterfall

TAMIKO KAWATA

Newsday Waterfall

TOM ORR

waterfall

OLAFUR ELIASSON

オラファー·エリアソン
اولافور الياسون
奥拉维尔·埃利亚松
אולאפור אליאסון
Олафур Элиассон
waterfalls

OLAFUR ELIASSON

オラファー·エリアソン
اولافور الياسون
奥拉维尔·埃利亚松
אולאפור אליאסון
Олафур Элиассон
Waterfall

PEDRO OLIVA

extreme kayak
Utiariti waterfall, at Mato Grosso, Brasil

HIROSHI SENJU

千住博
Waterfall

francisca sanchez

Cascading Waterfall