Currents by Cameron Stalheim
2003; Aqua resin, urethane resin, steel, wood, acrylic
Strandlines by Michael Higa Fox (2014)
Digital waves rise and fall across 400 pounds of sand. The installation’s water mark corresponds to local tides, and no two waves are ever the same.
Rain Room, 2012 by rANDOM
Rain room is a hundred square metres of falling water, through which one can walk without being drenched by trusting that a path will present itself, despite all evidence to the contrary.
This is made possible by custom software, 3D tracking cameras and other specialised equipment and materials which ensures that the downpour responds to your movements.
Such an interesting way to ask “do you trust yourself?”