Created by Felix Worseck at the
Berlin University of the Arts (Digitale Klasse), installation "parabolic soap" is a fusion of artificial / mechanical and natural behaviour. The aim of the install is to produce a paraboloid surface that can be moved for approximately 60 seconds. This minimal surface is created only after the connection of the membrane and the soap pool is broken.
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