While in visualizations we have the project proposed to be installed set in the ground around the cantilevered entrance canopy, replacing the current in-ground light apparatus, but due to the tile-like nature of the object, it could be placed in the pavement at any building entrance. A constant presence outside Carnegie Mellon’s main library, the installation can be chosen to be ignored but when noticed be intriguing. Students and viewers can choose to gather around and observe how turbulent the liquid is as well as the morphing color of the exterior wrapped lights. We do not propose there to be any sort of plaque to explain what the observers are seeing. The goal of the installation is for the viewers to understand the more intense a pattern the liquid is creating and the more the lights are changing, the more something is happening at the current moment. There is some whimsicality in trying to understand the unknown.
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