Projection Wall: Large bubbles emit from grid of rope by Rintaro Hara

Projection Wall puts a whole new shine on bubble fun in a wall-to-floor installation that creates prismatic sculptures using a pulley system that visitors operate.

As the pulley is lifted, large bubbles rise from a grid of rope. Then, they are pushed into the room thanks to a fan that sits behind the installation. The work is designed to be a collaborative one and was built by Japanese artist Rintaro Hara for the 2017 Japan Alps Festival.

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The piece is reminiscent of a 1998 piece that Hara created called, “Soap Opera.” The piece was inspired by the aliens featured in the 1989 Sci-Fi Thriller The Abyss. There’s also this really cool Rube Goldberg machine Hara made you should check out! Watch the video showing her latest installation in action below and find more on her website and Vimeo.

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Source: designfaves.com

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