You're standing in an art museum, staring into a pot of blue water out of which air bubbles occasionally burble. You're chuckling to yourself and shaking your head in disbelief. Were this a bucket and an air hose and some colored water, you'd be offended by the pretense of this as "art." But because it's, in fact, a bucket into which the image of water is being projected, while an audio loop provides a time-synched timpani of bubbling and dripping, you are thrilled. A bucket of blue, bubbly water that's mostly made up of sound cues and light isn't... More >>>