• Studio Drift, Amplitude, 2017, brass, borosilicate glass, robotics, stainless steel, 4.6 cm x 306.5 cm (1-13/16" x 10' 11/16"), Exhibition Copy 1, Edition TBC, SCULPTURE, No. 69369.EC1, No. 69369.EC2, format of photography: digital, name of photographer: Damian Griffiths, date of photography: 24/05/2018

  • Studio Drift, Amplitude, 2017, brass, borosilicate glass, robotics, stainless steel, 4.6 cm x 306.5 cm (1-13/16" x 10' 11/16"), Exhibition Copy 1, Edition TBC, SCULPTURE, No. 69369.EC1, No. 69369.EC2, format of photography: digital, name of photographer: Damian Griffiths, date of photography: 24/05/2018

  • FuturePace Installation at 63 Broughton Road, London, May 2018. from left: Studio Drift, Ampltidue, #69369.EC1/EC2; Rovner, Cyprus View, 2012, #60072.01. format of photography: digital name of photographer: Damian Griffiths date of photography: 23/05/2018

  • Studio Drift, Amplitude, 2017, brass, borosilicate glass, robotics, stainless steel, 4.6 cm x 306.5 cm (1-13/16" x 10' 11/16"), Exhibition Copy 1, Edition TBC, SCULPTURE, No. 69369.EC1, format of photography: digital, name of photographer: Damian Griffiths, date of photography: 24/05/2018

Amplitude

A Moving Installation Mimicking Birds Flying

The movement in this installation is like the pulse that occurs in all organism. Each element is triggered by a weight that slides back and forth in the tube. Because the movement of the collection of tubes is synchronised by a computer, an impression is given of watching a bird flying in slow motion. 

Details

In contrast to many of DRIFT’s other works, this one does not incorporate a light source, but involves the reflection of external light sources on the installation. This work depicts the artists’ fascination—like that of many others—for flying.