Simulating a liquid splashing within a 3D rectangular container, 'Geometric Death Frequency-141' is an intricate sculpture made of 420,000 black balls. The invisible tank measures 20ft by 50ft, designed by Federico Diaz using CAD software for the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.
So complex that it is being assembled and affixed by robots, this remarkable sculpture takes on a magnified appearance of digital pixelation or a molecular aquatic make-up.
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