The Wayfinding Fountain

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The Wayfinding Fountain was a paper prepared for submission to B.C. Research and the University of British Columbia Industrial Liaison Office in March of 1998.


A honeysuckle leaf shape in copper serves as a basin holding a kinetic sculpture and water.  Through the power of water, a fountain creates a signature note and becomes a water sound mark on the land.  Music of its own is pleasant to the human ear and when combined with water, the effect is synergistic.  Music can create mind patterns and sensations that act as guide for wayfinding.



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