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Brief Published: 2 Jul 2012

Tom Fruin: Kaleidoscopic Watertower


Kaleidoscopic Watertower, by US artist Tom Fruin, was installed in Brooklyn, New York this month. Synonymous with the city’s skyline, this vibrant replica watertower has been made from reclaimed plexiglass and steel.

The colourful sculpture is lit by the sun during the day, and illuminated by an Arduino computer-programmed lightshow at night, designed by American artist Ryan Holsopple. This is the fourth sculpture from Fruin’s Icon series, and will be showing until June 2013.

Tom Fruin