Red of The Dry Falls
Red of the Dry Falls is a dynamic light art box that portrays landscape of the Dry Falls, scalloped precipice in central Washington, by use of algorithmically programmed lighting behind the backlit image. The 360-degree view of the Dry Falls and dynamic lights are installed in the plexiglass box. Together they depict both beauty and disruption of what was once the enormous ice-dam that collapsed into the largest waterfall known to have existed on earth.
The rain had stopped, but one could hear the drops falling from leaf to leaf like tiny, independent worlds that had arrived out of the dark heights, and now, after their brief earthly existence, rolled, one after another, from leaf to leaf, from bough to bough, into the ditches, the mud, the Blitva River which, swollen, rustled under the bridge, dark and mucky, like the threat of an oncoming storm.
Miroslav Krleza, The Banquet in Blitva, 1939