“The Video Show a KINETIC WATER SCULPTURE in Japan”



This video showing a stunning kinetic water sculpture in Japan went viral featuring a head positioned horizontally with gushing water forming its hair, was viewed more than 50 million times since it is being posted to Facebook in last October 2018. And this video is often presented as capturing a remarkable piece of water sculpture on display in Japan. In fact, this clip actually features a piece of digital art created by Chad Knight.

Chad Knight posted a still image of his artwork to his Instagram page in September 2018, along with a number of tags such as #surrealart #conceptart #digitalart and #3d to inform viewers they were looking at digitally created artwork. Knight must have caught wind of the rumors holding that his “sculpture” was physically located in Japan, because when he shared an animated version of his work however, he did specified in the caption that this artwork was not in Japan:

Knight gave some insight into his work in an interview with Monsieur Marcel:
A common misconception with Knight’s work might be that he draws inspiration from science fiction or supernatural beings. Despite their spine-tingling appearance, his art is very grounded in reality, drawing inspiration from everyday life experiences and commonly explored concepts.

“I try to capture what I feel or what I am thinking visually. Things that are surrounded by mystery, such as psychology, philosophy, quantum physics, spirituality, religion, connections, and intuition have always intrigued me. This leads to my other area of inspiration, which is potential. I believe we are all capable of far more that we think and are connected to something bigger.”

Though it is not real but it is cool being a digital design.

What is kinetic water sculptures?

Kinetic water sculpture use a water wheel to spin the kinetic sculpture above tumbled glass in the base about 6 feet tall or they are at least partly attached to any material that they were made of their sculpture.

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