A little girl takes aim with a water pistol, and the board she shoots lights up, creating patterns wherever the water touches. A project by Antonin Fourneau, an artist in residence at Digitalarti Artlab, Water Light Graffiti is a wall of LEDs that light up when water makes a connection between them and their power source. The video above shows the people of Poitiers, France (a town in the west central part of the country), playing with Fourneau’s creation for the few days it was set up on the street. Mike Wehner at Tecca laments that the installation was only up for a few days, but Digitalarti will rent the light board—though unfortunately for us, I don’t think they’ll send it across the pond.
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