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u/Extension_Net6102 Jul 01 '22

American Beauty shopping bag in the wind 2.0

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u/lala__ Jul 01 '22

Early 2000s screensaver.

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u/FreeganKing Jul 01 '22

But will it hit the corner?

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u/Arryu Jul 01 '22

I saw it! I saw it and it was amazing! Who said I didn't see it? Was it Jim?

I saw it!

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u/ugonlern2day Jul 01 '22 Wholesome

Silk bed sheets powered by onlyfans

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u/c0smichoney Jul 01 '22

i could stare at those screensavers all day

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u/Unusualshrub003 Jul 01 '22

DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW COMPLICATED YOUR CIRCULATORY SYSTEM IS??!

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u/The_Safe_For_Work Jul 01 '22

I understood that reference.

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u/Mulufuf Jul 01 '22

If that is shocking to you, so be it.

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u/jonese17 Jul 01 '22

I think maybe you’re confusing the word “shocking” with the word…

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u/duaneap Jul 01 '22

Back when Family Guy was genuinely funny.

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u/gregsting Jul 01 '22

Do you ever feel like a plastic bag?

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u/acmercer Jul 01 '22

It's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen.

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u/WaycoKid1129 Jul 01 '22

All I can think of is that guy from Not Another Teen Movie walking around with the shopping bag floating close by

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u/DrMike27 Jul 01 '22

You son of a bitch. I’m in.

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u/_Diskreet_ Jul 01 '22

Spacey said with a wry smile

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u/NegusQuo82 Jul 01 '22

I’m your 69th upvote! Noice! 🙌🏿

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u/ShelSilverstain Jul 01 '22

Don't turn around. Kevin Spacey is being you

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u/Tasty-College58 Jul 01 '22

Two souls shopping for a bag.

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u/metallicorb Jul 01 '22

Had the same thought!

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u/Dilophosaurs Jul 01 '22

This is how Katy Perry feels

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u/derolle Jul 01 '22

Reminds me of the oracle from 300

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u/Apronbootsface Jul 01 '22

That scene always creeped me out.

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u/humancartograph Jul 01 '22

I thought this exact same thing. It does look neat, but also it's been lampooned by an Oscar winning movie before it was created, so...

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u/Mici_yeet Jul 01 '22

Ikr! My first thought was that movie as well hahah

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u/DijajMaqliun Jul 01 '22

Surprised they don't drift away. Looks cool though, like a cloth lava lamp.

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u/Brewe Jul 01 '22

That can relatively easily be done by controlling the air direction. However, I am surprised they don't end up in a knot.

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u/Extremely_Original Jul 01 '22

This seems like one of those deceptively hard to pull off pieces of art where they had to consider a bajillion factors to make it work.

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u/tudorapo Jul 01 '22

I also think that there is someone in an overall who have to disentangle the art pieces every couple of hours. This person may see this art piece differently.

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u/janabanana115 Jul 01 '22

It looks like chiffone/net-lycra, so actually it may just be slippery enough to net stay knotted

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u/Extremely_Original Jul 01 '22

Hate is as much an emotion as awe - perhaps that's the real art here

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u/tudorapo Jul 01 '22

Subtly making a human part of the installation. A better alternative to a tzompantli.

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u/m_faustus Jul 01 '22

What do you have against tzompantlis?

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u/Accendil Jul 01 '22

Maybe the real art is the emotions we felt along the way.

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u/Chocomintey Jul 01 '22

I was thinking the same. Secret handler for the art installation.

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u/tudorapo Jul 01 '22

Servant of the Secret Flame

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u/NoMoreLurkingToo Jul 01 '22

Servant of the Secret *Fire

Wielder of the flame of Anor

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u/yokohamalrasheid Jul 01 '22

Considering the material/texture of the cloth I believe this won't be happening more that once in a day.

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u/geschtonkenflapped Jul 01 '22

That's very often the point of art installations too: to find a technique to make it work. A lot of people sadly don't get it.

I once did a museum tour and there were some paintings with just a single color square or a simple gradient where most people would go like "lmao my three year old can color a square". Thing is it was absolutely uniform with no visible brush strokes. The guide explained in detail how fucking hard it actually is to pull that off

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u/stefeu Jul 01 '22 edited Jul 01 '22

When I visited Bilbao a couple of years back I went to the Guggenheim Museum which features mostly modern art. Now, I used to be in the camp that made fun of modern art, artsy people stereotypes (like in the one play by Yasemin Reza where a group of friends argues about a white painting one of them bought for 30,000€ ) and even hated book/poem interpretations back in school. When I was in the Guggenheim, I had a bit of a different perspective on lots of things concerning art, as I had worked in a Museum in the meantime where I came in contact with loads of people that were very interested in and very passionate and deeply caring about art. Once I overcame my initial scepticism, that stemmed mostly from unfair portrayals in media, I found a whole new appreciation of art. These people changed how I viewed art and that there's often more to it than what meets the eye. I am eternally grateful to these people as otherwise I'd probably still be missing out on a world which I simply did not understand but which has a lot to offer, for anyone.

With that meandering prelude out of the way, I was still extremely sceptic about modern art and, to be honest, without the audioguide I would have been completely lost in the Guggenheim as well.

With it though, lots of things that I could not grasp/appreciate were indeed very interesting. That visit reminded me of my younger self and how silly he would have found the whole museum. The best was yet to come though! Lo and behold, on the top floor, there was a completely black canvas with a tiny white square in one corner. My younger self on the inside and my present self on the outside both smiled, having found the ultimate meme of modern art in the wild. Once I listened to the audioguide I actually found out that it was done by a local artist, from the Basque Country, during the Spanish Civil War at a point where it was all but certain that the fascists under Franco would be victorious. The black canvas was meant to portray his feeling of impending doom, the little white square what tiny speck of hope for a brighter future remained inside of him.

At that point I was glad, and a little proud of, how I had changed through my adolescence, to become a person that upon seeing such a painting wouldn't dismiss it, but actually try to understand it.

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u/Human_Comfortable Jul 01 '22

A great explanation. To appreciate art you need to have an understanding of or a desire to understand the history of art and then it’s one of the greatest stories ever told.

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u/PrettyDecentSort Jul 01 '22

No you don't. That's one way that some people appreciate some art. It's not the only way that anyone can appreciate any art.

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u/PETEMEISTA Jul 01 '22

The virgin Monet vs the Chad white square on black Square

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u/BroMuch Jul 01 '22

Story time, I recently graduated with a computer engineering degree, I was as sceptical and really looked down on the arts. STEM elitism is a thing, my theory is it's just a coping mechanism.

My point is all that changed when I took an art appreciation class as a requirement. There is something truly magical about being able to put a name to the different art styles out there, to understand what the artists intentions were and how it deviated from the audience's interpretation.

One of my favorite artists that people don't seem to understand is Jackson Pollock paintings, also known as jack the dripper. The guy who popularized those seemingly random paint strokes and dribbles on a canvas. What he was trying to do was match the brainwaves of whatever emotions we have and capture it in an abstract painting, and he was meticulous in his work. Where before I saw with a quick glance maybe something a 4 year old can do, I look now at his work with wonder and awe.

The arts are truly amazing and contribute so much to us being human, 10/10 would recommend taking art appreciation.

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u/karmander Jul 01 '22

one of those deceptively hard to pull off pieces of art where they had to consider a bajillion factors to make it work.

Wouldn't that make it deceptively simple?

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u/LurkerFailsLurking Jul 01 '22

Yeah, this is one of those art pieces that people look at and think "i could do that".

What makes an artist an artist is they actually do it and work through all the unexpected complications and challenges along the way.

I remember thinking Jackson Pollock was bullshit until I saw his work in person and then tried to make my own. Making splattered paint look that good is not easy.

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u/Historical_Panic_465 Jul 01 '22

It looks like 2 dragons fighting or playing

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u/marcelfint Jul 01 '22 edited Jul 01 '22

We used this at one of our company fairs. They do drift and you have to untangle them and or throw them back quite often to be honest.

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u/HumptyDumptyIsABAMF Jul 01 '22

Not saying I know for sure, but I think it might be possible that the setup at some random company fair might not be done as professionally as the setup for an art installation in what looks like an art gallery on the higher end.

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u/Beggarsfeast Jul 01 '22

I’m sure there are gallery attendants that can occasionally toss the fabric back in place, but yes, this has surely been installed with air conditioning and other cross vents in mind to avoid that happening as much as possible.

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u/RedditedYoshi Jul 01 '22

Is there a standard name for this? Would love to learn more.

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u/foxhelp Jul 01 '22

This is Air Fountain by @danielwurtzel at @ccbbrj in Rio

https://www.danielwurtzel.com/

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u/Competitive_Travel16 Jul 01 '22

It's not that art galleries have superior fan-pointing technology than corporate facilities staff, they just have more time for trial and error.

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u/tynamite Jul 01 '22

which would lead to superior fan technology, no?

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u/TreeScales Jul 01 '22

I imagine it looks peaceful on video, but in person you can hear all the blowers going PSSSHHHHHHHH loudly

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u/BillNein05 Jul 01 '22

COMPLETELY wild and uneducated guess, but I'm guessing that the fans they're using are very advanced to avoid this issue. Dyson fans are a lot less noisy than regular bladed fans already, so maybe this was something like customized tech, specific for this installation? Either way, it doesn't have to be completely silent but just enough that other noises in the area like footsteps or air conditioning units would probably be noisier.

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u/IshKebab Jul 01 '22

Dyson fans are just regular fans in a box. There isn't really anything magical they do to make them quiet other than just high quality manufacturing. As I recall (used to work there like 10 years ago) they don't even have feathered edges or asymmetric blades which are the only things I know of that fundamentally make fans quieter. Might be wrong about that though.

But yeah I suspect this may not be that loud because the fans are in a big box and it probably doesn't even need that much air.

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u/Gabriel_AEROSPACE Jul 01 '22

how they work?

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u/marcelfint Jul 01 '22

The edge is lined with fans which all blow at a certain angle creating a vortex in the middle.

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u/sunburnd Jul 01 '22

There is a plain old brushless ducted fan in the base pointing up through a grid of stationary blades that smooth the air (think honey comb like structure to create a laminar air flow ) before pushing it though the hoop top which starts out wide then narrows to a slit. This restriction acts as a velocity multiplier much like putting your thumb over the end of a hose.

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u/Sailbad_the_Sinner30 Jul 01 '22

Hey! Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil!

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u/mxosborn Jul 01 '22

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u/taimapanda Jul 01 '22

This reminds me and is totally irrelevant but I made friends with a bunch of PT-BR speakers a few months back when I was playing an mmo and accidentally joined the unofficial hub for south american players lol, cool to make some friends from a culture I know very little of being a euro

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u/mxosborn Jul 01 '22

It's nice to read that.

I'm trying to resist but it's stronger than me: come to Brazil!!

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u/pboarantes Jul 01 '22

Really?! Wich city?!

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u/_Flutter_ Jul 01 '22

There are centro culturais in some cities in Brazil. I don't know which this one is on. Could be São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte or Brasilia.

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u/jpfaraco Jul 01 '22

This one is in Rio de Janeiro

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u/foxhelp Jul 01 '22

Confirmed, This is Air Fountain by @danielwurtzel at @ccbbrj in Rio

https://www.danielwurtzel.com/

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u/Sailbad_the_Sinner30 Jul 01 '22

This definitely Rio de Janeiro.

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u/pboarantes Jul 01 '22

I live in Belo Horizonte and it does not look like it... May be SP, RJ or DF...

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u/Fontenele71 Jul 01 '22

Brasília não é

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u/TheGoldenAegis Jul 01 '22

Põe uma capivara banqueira na print pfv

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u/gettinbymyguy Jul 01 '22

They should love stream this

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u/Tyger_Lynx Jul 01 '22

I let this video loop a few times already lol. I would totally watch a stream of this!

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u/Alarid Jul 01 '22

Change the music to change the mood. Imagine some battle music playing.

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u/indigo_ultraviolet Jul 01 '22

Shiiit with matching light filters? It could be a rhapsody

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u/Dry-Leg-7544 Jul 01 '22

Love stream, nice one.

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u/MyJohnFM Jul 01 '22

Probably a mistake but I love the term "love stream"

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u/No-Eye-9491 Jul 01 '22

Can someone explain how this art piece works exactly?

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u/Creatz Jul 01 '22

There is air blowing all around the base of the circle which keeps them in the middle and in the air (there is the same installation in a museum in Rio, Brazil I saw recently).

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u/Patrickd13 Jul 01 '22

Exactly! To break out down a bit more, the air is coming out in a specific manner to make a vortex, you can see the fabric jump up in the middle and above the edges

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u/andyv001 Jul 01 '22

Wind

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u/DaBi5cu1t Jul 01 '22

There's a group of large flatulent men off camera farting at different intervals aimed at the art.

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u/bugxbuster Jul 01 '22

I believe that artistic medium is known as f’art

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u/2x4x93 Jul 01 '22

Nice. Made me chuckle

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u/eveningtrain Jul 01 '22

Museum of Modern Fart

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u/humancartograph Jul 01 '22

Quite fartistic

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u/Upvote_Me_Slag Jul 01 '22

You have to give each piece of material some dmt exactly 3 minutes after each other on the hour. The people watching are all in a simulation and this is mindcast across the neurosphere.

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u/silenc3x Jul 01 '22

"Susan, look at us. We are but colorful fabric, dancing with grace in the wind. Oblivious to the disasters that approach us from the horizon. Naive to the ever-worsening state of our econonmy. Susan! Look at us! Watch the way we twirl!"

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u/ddsomeone Jul 01 '22

They were in a loving relationship! They were in perfect harmony, but there was a moment she said or did something… He mistook it as she was trying to figuratively strangle him… They fought a lot at reached a bottom and split up. She took it hard and just as she was getting her life back together they met up. They danced around with old memories. In the end they went their own paths.

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u/siphur Jul 01 '22

They just set up fans to blow them around lol

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u/GnomeBoy_Roy Jul 01 '22

So you set your nucleus parameters and then just run a simple cloth sim. You can then bake the sim, or if you wanna get crazy, you can export it as an alembic

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u/Brickzarina Jul 01 '22

I see litter in the parking lot doing this.

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u/elektromas Jul 01 '22

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u/IdyllWind Jul 01 '22

What comedy movie Parodied that kid? Was it one of the Scary Movie films...?

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u/xelfer Jul 01 '22

Not another teen movie

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u/EarAtAttention Jul 01 '22

Family Guy had a cutaway as well. "It's just some trash blowing in the wind! Do you have any idea how complicated your circulatory system is?! “

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u/ballsonrawls Jul 01 '22

That or not another teen movie??? I totally remember what you're talking about!

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u/Character-Bad6426 Jul 01 '22

The most beautiful thing i’ve ever seen…

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u/poopellar Jul 01 '22

Even trash can be art

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u/plutoismyboi Jul 01 '22

Vaatu and Raava having their eternal fight. The colors as depicted in ATLA match too

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u/mokoroshi Jul 01 '22

Lmfao it reminded me of Raava and Vaatu too.

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u/pkthunder01 Jul 01 '22

Came here to find this comment!

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u/Butthole_Please Jul 01 '22

“Pew pew, whoosh, splash, crunch” - Korra

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u/Kathrynlena Jul 01 '22

Yep. Thank you. Was looking for this comment as that was my first thought as well.

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u/Dundundunimyourbun Jul 01 '22

This is called “Air Fountain” by Daniel Wurtzel, not “Dancing Souls”

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u/m_mus_ Jul 01 '22

Looks like from the video-game 'Journey'.

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u/FormerChild37 Jul 01 '22

Very much. The same elegance of flow. Journey was such an experience

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u/rissoldyrosseldy Jul 01 '22

Yes. Amazing game.

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u/Xenoknight97 Jul 01 '22

Read the comments to see if this had already been said. Very beautiful game but I have only seen letsplays unfortunately. Was it ever re-released on pc it has it still remained exclusive?

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u/Mynam3isnathan Jul 01 '22

Looks like Journey actually did come out on Steam so there ya go!

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u/CobraPony67 Jul 01 '22

Tried to upload but was taken down? This may be in Brazil or Portugal, no other information. Thought it was interesting. Posted by Amiya Sheikh Shorts on YouTube

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u/Soviet_Ivan Jul 01 '22

It's very likely to be Brazil. The place looks like CCBB (Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil) in Rio

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u/dick_piana Jul 01 '22

Correct, was there in person couple of months back.

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u/Apt_5 Jul 01 '22

Seems like it would be almost unnerving; I didn’t register how large those pieces of fabric are but compared to the people around the installation they look huge!

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u/dreamrpg Jul 01 '22

Exactly the same thing exists in Poland, Warsav museum of science. Just with different colors.

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u/Comfortable-Paper127 Jul 01 '22

Anyone know this song? It sounds familiar.

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u/johnreese2500 Jul 01 '22 edited Jul 01 '22

Je Te Laisserai De Mots by Patrick Wilson

Edit: Patrick Watson*

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u/SulemanC Jul 01 '22

Je te laisserai des mots

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u/DevilMirage Jul 01 '22 edited Jul 01 '22

Even knowing the title and author I can't figure out where I know this from, but it also sounds really familiar. Let us know if you figure it out!

Edit: I'm starting to think it was just the similar construction to parts of Metamorphosis by Philip Glass https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa3CIMEYdXo

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u/Lekojapa Jul 01 '22

The view inside my drier

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u/Not_a_kulcha Jul 01 '22

Dark souls of fabric motion

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u/blobtron Jul 01 '22

Getting DS3 ptsd flashbacks 🥵

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u/Legitimate-Job7742 Jul 01 '22

Huh every indian balcony has one of these

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u/knight_of_lothric Jul 01 '22

ive seen trash bags doing the same thing

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u/Cdub7791 Jul 01 '22

Seems like they would eventually just get tangled up.

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u/weltallic Jul 01 '22 edited Jul 01 '22

You can see Anakin & Palpatine in their skybox in the background.

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u/Irontriceratop Jul 01 '22

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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u/BroadDriver7199 Jul 01 '22

Song and location?

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u/TheAmbiguity Jul 01 '22

Patrick Watson - Je te laisserai de mots

They cut it right before the song gets good imo

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u/Stonewigs Jul 01 '22

Thanks man, appreciate it.

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u/Tiny_Dinky_Daffy_69 Jul 01 '22

Location is Centro Cultural do Banco do Brasil in Rio de Janeiro.

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u/t-h-e-chief Jul 01 '22

Looks like a Dark Souls Boss

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u/_Synthetic_Emotions_ Jul 01 '22

Why tf does this remind me of 'flying toothpaste'... That's what comes to mind when I see that. Just put a shade of blue and it would be a flying colgate

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u/Marsypwn Jul 01 '22

They did this type of thing in the play Finding Neverland at the end when the mother dies. It was one of the most beautiful things I've seen on stage. They did an amazing job on the whole production but when this scene came up and the shawl she was wearing starting floating like this with the lighting and sparkles they had brought me to tears.

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u/sheppardnik Jul 01 '22

That’s what I thought of too. That scene was so sad and so beautiful.

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u/frootyglandz Jul 01 '22

Circumferential crossflow fan (eg. slots all around the outside rim directed across the surface at the centre) create a swirling donut rising in the middle circulating over the sides, cloth too heavy to be launched over the top to be tossed out... or not.

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u/frootyglandz Jul 01 '22

...actually it doesn't go over the sides. You can see it recirculates over the surface. Awesome, beautiful.

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u/Tiny_Dinky_Daffy_69 Jul 01 '22

It's sometimes fall to the sides and they are an assistant that take the clothes and throw them to the base again. I was there and saw it fly away.

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u/Ognol12 Jul 01 '22

The rich man's wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube man

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u/Vaders_Pawprint Jul 01 '22

Looks like the background dancers in the scene from Star Wars ROTS where Palpatine tells Anakin about the tragedy of Darth Plageius the wise.

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u/Mici_yeet Jul 01 '22

Someone watched the plastic bag dance in "American Beauty" and went "wait a min that gives me an idea" xD

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u/thepotahto101 Jul 01 '22

This looks really sick, but isn't it just two pieces of cloth above a fan?

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u/Electrical_Sleep_666 Jul 01 '22

That’s a really true statement, but aren’t you just a person?

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u/thepotahto101 Jul 01 '22

No, I'm actually a potato but spelt wrong.

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u/PlaceboJesus Jul 01 '22

And I'm a meat popsicle.

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u/DownRangeDistillery Jul 01 '22

I'm a distillery you don't want to be at.

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u/Kiokochat Jul 01 '22

This is gorgeous! Simple and yet it really does represent dancing souls. I would get a small version of this in my home..

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u/ZeroPhucs Jul 01 '22

Or American Beauty 2

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u/myra_maynes Jul 01 '22

I want to pretend that those are two trapped ghosts.

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u/PurpleVein99 Jul 01 '22

This actually resembles lights, or orbs, I have seen. They pulse and fluctuate, softly emitting an incandescent glow. Then, when they "realize" you can see them, they zoom away or gently float up, up, up into the ceiling and are gone.

They leave you wondering what the heck you just saw but also, in the moment, wondrous disbelief and a sense of otherworldly grace.

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u/yesterr Jul 01 '22

They should really be in the containment unit.

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u/LowerAtmosphereChief Jul 01 '22

“Have you ever heard the story….of Darth Plagueis. THE WISE?”

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u/_ara Jul 01 '22

Your fat aunty’s hosiery tornado

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u/rongulaa Jul 01 '22

Did you ever hear the tragedy of Darth Plagueis the wise?

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u/Tiny-Funny-6630 Jul 01 '22

Still a better love story than twilight

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u/Gludens Jul 01 '22

So the physics here is similar to a ping pong ball over a vacuum clear tube maybe?

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u/Sussy_Palabok Jul 01 '22

how noisy is that?

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u/IllustriousBedroom91 Jul 01 '22

I feel like i just watched the ribbons have sex

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u/whenido Jul 01 '22

Does anybody know how loud it is?

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u/ConbiniMan Jul 01 '22

“Please do not blow hard on exhibit.”

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u/143019 Jul 01 '22

I could watch this all day.

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u/Elavanor Jul 01 '22

Anyone asking for the song: Je te Laisserai des mots

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u/dhoepp Jul 01 '22

Yeah I find this to be amazing. Does anyone know if it occasionally falls off?

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u/binary_ghost Jul 01 '22

wow. this is great visual analogy to back and forth chase of a long term relationship

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u/MysteriousBasketBun Jul 01 '22

I would spend too long watching this. Its mesmerizing to me.

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u/Multipass10101 Jul 01 '22

Do you ever feel like a plastic bag, drifting through the wind, wanting to start again?

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u/CDwight1791 Jul 01 '22

Pretty sure this is the car lot mascot that went to private school

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u/Tman972 Jul 01 '22

Imagine working here and having to fox that thing.

Radio crckles "david the dancing souls are off their pedestal again"

Click im on it.

Begins to chant in latin

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u/SilverSurfer_17_ Jul 01 '22

“Do you ever feel like a plastic bag Drifting through the wind, wanting to start again?”

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u/thatpaco Jul 01 '22

This is jellyfish level hypnotic

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u/jippy93 Jul 02 '22

What else is new. Nothing is awe inspiring anymore.

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u/KrazedKiller94 Jul 01 '22

This is amazing. The name really captures this piece. It makes you think and feel the art. Graceful!

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u/Server98911 Jul 01 '22 edited Jul 01 '22

So did just they put 2 big silk fabrics between 2 big fans in a art gallery?

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u/SunnyDan8 Jul 01 '22

This is as much art as a lava lamp is. But yeah it's pretty cool

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u/thisismyusernamemmk Jul 01 '22

I love this so much

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u/spangledank Jul 01 '22

Mesmerizing and beautiful.