In the Drip series organic patterns grow and flow along a building's walls and pillars. The pieces inhabit these structural elements and become living architectural details. Rather than projecting images, these pieces seem to cast X-rays that show what is hidden inside the building's forms.
Each shape begins as a dot that grows as it drifts. Its development is determined not only by its initial size and placement, but by the pushing and pulling of the shapes on either side—those that came before and after it. Because of this, the pieces never repeat.
A biological model is behind the growth of the shapes. They emerge from a simulation of thousands of individual chemical reactions.