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Bubble Device #4 at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum

From French Canadian media artist Nicholas Hanna, this is Bubble Device #4, another delightful video showcasing Hanna’s automated bubble making device. The machine, which combines motors, pulleys, and a large fan, is showing at the Taipei Fine Art Museum until April 17, 2016.

More of Hanna’s work on this site: Bubble Device #2 and Water Calligraphy Device, Beijing. Plus, learn how to make your own huge bubbles: Giant bubble explosions in slow motion.

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