Foamy space

This installation is based on the geometry of the bubbles, applying the theory of Weire-Phelan’s structure that makes the most efficient way of divide the space in cells of equal volume, with the smallest area of contact between them, similar to what happens with the soap bubbles.

Hereby appears a structure formed by two corners. Composed by walls, where the observers can cross the installation and be surrounded by it. The walls emerge from the ground resembling the foam that rises, and as it rises gradually the modules becomes lighter, with the feeling of vanishing into thin air.