Kinetic sculpture made from spinning Brixels called
Close up of side of kinetic sculpture made from spinning Brixels called
Close up of bricks in kinetic sculpture made from spinning Brixels called
Close up from front of kinetic sculpture made from spinning Brixels called

Pool 

Mirrored Stainless Steel, painted aluminum, custom mechanical motor system, custom motion tracking software, camera, computer
10 x 4 x 2 ft
Executed in 2019

Unveiled at Christie's in New York, NY

Pool is an exploration in the call-and-response nature of people’s interaction with water and machines. The individual Brixels collectively mimic the moments of a surface of reflective water. The sculpture translates the human motions above and around it into ripples across the surface.

In 2018, BREAKFAST began experimenting with Brixels, a mechanical medium of their own design. These brick-like-objects, which can take on various forms and be made from a myriad of materials, can precisely rotate, making up an array of kinetic pixels. 

Edition 1: $320,000 USD


Other sizes available:
5 x 4 x 2 ft
14 x 8 x 2 ft