Museum’s Spinning Facade Reveals Wind Direction [Video]
Artist Charles Sowers created a wind-driven installation consisting of 612 freely-rotating directional arrows.
Artist Charles Sowers created a breeze-driven kinetic façade that cleverly displays the wind direction on the side of a museum’s exterior wall. Consisting of 612 freely-rotating directional arrows, ‘Windswept’ was commissioned by the San Francisco Arts Commission for permanent installation at the Randall Museum in San Francisco.
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