“Cloud” by Canadian media artist David Rokeby is a large kinetic installation suspended from the ceiling of the Great Hall in the Ontario Science Center. It’s comprised of 100 sculptural elements arranged in a 10 x 10 grid and is rotated in differing speeds by computer-controlled motors. The effect from the video is wave like patterns of movement.
Cloud by David Rokeby – Link
10 thoughts on “Cloud installation hovers between surrealism and feedback loop”
can you change it to ontario science center because there is no museum.
If you wanna get technical…it’s Centre.
Who’s going to be the first one to remake this scaled down under a glass coffee table? Perhaps with a slow changing color lighting system? I would, if I had room for a coffee table in my room!
Okay, I’ve been to the Ontario Science Center (Centre?), and I did not “get” this installation. Now I understand why… it wasn’t turned on…
thats because they always have everything off.
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