Vientos de Asilisos

Vientos de Alisisos


An electronically controlled array of fans blows towards the center of a canvas where a pen attached to a sail moves into the wind. When the pen gets close to a fan its flow intensifies, pushing it away. In a context of reciprocity, the pen and the fans dialogue to keep the movement perpetual so that the machine never stops drawing.


This installation produces drawings remotely. It runs endlessly until a dense geometrical drawing appears. If a series of drawings get produced, they tend to look identical when you seen from a distance, while completely unique from very close by.

Project team:  Edouard Cabay y Mehmed Berk Bostancy

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Installation at the Tenerife Design Week, Tenerife, Spain – 2018