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Words that appear in falling water

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Bit.fall, by German artist Julius Popp, on display at MONA in Hobart, is a two-story pulsing waterfall of 128 computer-controlled nozzles that briefly drip a display of words streamed from real-time Google searches. Each word appears briefly and tumbles to the ground with a splash.
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By lynnwood

23 March 2018

 
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