©Liku M. Takahashi
2007 / glass, fiber optic, flower, crystal ball / 3.0×2.3×0.3(m)
A shower of lights comes out of two water faucets.
A shower from one of the faucets goes straight down on a flower below, and a shower from the other faucet scatters and can not reach the flower.
We all have to make our own choices in order to keep the sun shed light on flowers on the earth as it has been.
2045. "This is the year," one scholar warned in the spring of 2007, "when the ice on the South Pole and the North Pole will all melt."
It was reported on medias, too.A lens set outside gathers the sunlight, and fiberglass in the faucet leads the light to the edge.
Depending on the shape of the water drop at the edge of each faucet, the sunlight either goes straight down or scatters.