Artworks on View
When you set these pendulums swinging, the motion of each one affects the others.
Use your voice to make visible patterns in sand.
There are captivating reflections in a box of ornaments.
Launch a ring of fog.
Use speed and air to build waves.
Bask in the cascading colors of this tremendous, torus-shaped sculpture by artist Mark Lottor.
Daily cycles of the city are projected onto a miniature topographic map of San Francisco.
A kinetic pattern seems to move as a visitor's viewpoint shifts.
An intimate theatrical environment whimsically prompts participants to explore eye floaters.
Edmark’s 3-D printed sculptures, called blooms, animate when spun under a strobe light.
A constant stream of air forces a lightweight piece of free-flowing fabric up into the air.
Swirling water sculpts elaborate patterns of underwater dunes.