Fraser Ross' 'Breath of Life' Mimicks the Growth of Plants

By: Meghan Young - Published: Dec 14, 2010 • References: vimeo & gizmodo
Although it may not look like it, but the 'Breath of Life' art installation is not a immobile piece of decor. Moving as gracefully and precisely as a ballerina, it works with one's breath in order to become animated.

Created by artist Fraser Ross, Breath of Life was made using Flexinol, which is a type of wire that remembers its form even after being distorted. Mimicking the growth of plants, it only moves when you breathe into the belljars. Stats for Gasping Graceful Art Trending: Older & Mild
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