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24 Hour Water

24 Hour Water is new drawings, sculpture, video, and generative work from KR Pipkin, engaged with representations of digital water. Digital water is a constant. It is a flat plane, catching the light. It is a moat, a barrier, a border at the end of the world. It is a repeating animation, an abstraction. It is free to download. The objects of 24 Hour Water are not in danger- the plane rises around them, intersects with them, and moves through them. Each exists simultaneously with the idea of water, perfectly overlapping without displacing, destroying, or becoming each other.

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