10 Kinds of Fog is an exploration of fogponic technology and textiles. As fog moves through the pores of the textiles, it assumes different and distinct qualities. Whereas we think of fog as being something that masks and flattens, 10 Kinds of Fog reveals its structure, dynamics, depth, textures, weights, and movements: it can be wispy and buoyant, or heavy and lithe; it can be bouncy, turbid, and tempestuous, or it can be calm, eerie, contemplative, and motionless. 

Material: textiles, fogger, water, silicone hose, polypropylene, fan


Dynamics of Air 09-11. 2018 at RMIT Gallery