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follow the wind

How would you like arrows for weathercocks – creating geometrical patterns on the outer walls of your house or your building!

This is Daikanyama Installation 2005 – Grand Prix Winning entry by Daisuke Ibano and Ryosuke Fujii

“Blowin’in the wind”


In order to perceive the traces of the wind, Daisuke Ibano and Ryosuke Fujii have filled a mesh screen installed on the wall of a building on the Sanno Institute of Management Daikanyama campus with a number of arrows. The arrows point in respective directions as the wind blows and rest in balance as the wind stops.

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