We have believed soap bubbles pop and burst easily.
”Interfering Floating Bodies” is an installation that challenges the notion.
Bubbles float in mid-air in the glass bowl without falling.
The surrounding is reflected in the bubble’s surface on all angles, and
the rainbow-colored interference patterns on the surface constantly change in alluring ways.
The sound and light synchronize with the movement of the soap bubble, which accentuates the beauty.
The synchronicity is achieved by the digital technology, i.e., recognition of the bubble movement with a digital camera.
The original beauty of bubbles unveiled in this work is beyond our imagination.
We might not know how beautiful nature around us really is.