Part of the Uncommon Ground exhibition, the structure’s honeycomb shape is inspired by geometric forms commonly found in nature.
The installations reacts to wind direction outside by twists and shifting its giant bulk ever so slightly – giving it the appearance of a huge, living, breathing organism.
Apart from movement, the living sculpture also reacts to change in temperature. It does this using LEDs, which increase in intensity, or dim, depending on whether the temperature shifts up or down.
Watch this video for a more detailed explanation of the kinetic sculpture: