Alejandro Borsani ❮
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100° Celsius

Water, steel, heater, spot light, pedestal (40”x 12”x 12”)

Once every 45 seconds a drop of water falls into a heated sheet of iron and is turned into vapor instantly. A unique and ephemeral shape is created with each cycle. During the formation of the drop a moving line of light is rendered onto the gallery's walls as the consequence of the refraction produced by the growing drop of water.

Una gota de agua cae cada 45 segundos sobre una superficie de acero caliente y se transforma en vapor instantáneamente. Una luz ilumina la gota de agua mientras se forma y es refractada en las paredes de la galería.