Julius Popp, Leipzig, Germany
Two immiscible liquids are pumped through long transparent tube that is laid out in a random pattern. A transparent liquid serves as an invisible carrier while a tinted liquid forms drops or lines representing one or several pixels. "Pixels" can now be pumped into the tube in controlled measures. As they circulate through the tube, these pixels form patterns. As a result, a temporary image is generated by the specific arrangement of pixels that is determined by a computerprogram. Due to the constant flow, each image immediately disintegrates into chaos again.