My response to Alaskan politics, nature, and a trip down the Canning River, western border of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Tempera paint shoots vertically up the plastic tubing, winds around the ceiling, and either drips or gushes down the pristine white topography of the river.
The viewer controls the tempo and gusto of the tempera paint via a cordless drill - they can force a violent splatter or a small trickle to travel down this topography. As more people experience this installation, paints are mingled and begin forming a colorful lake beneath the topo.
Materials: thick painter's paper, tempera paint, plastic tubing, acrylic paint, cordless drill
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