Water is the medium in internationally known sculptor and artist Trimpin’s latest original interactive piece, Liquid Letters, now on view at Snoqualmie library.
In Liquid Letters, drops of water shaped as letters are timed to fall one at a time, spelling out words.
Trimpin, who only goes by one name, is a Seattle-based kinetic sculptor, sound artist, musician and composer, whose works include the tornado-shaped column of electric guitars at Seattle’s Experience Music Project (EMP). Most of his pieces integrate both sculpture and music in some way, many of which make use of computers.
The Snoqualmie Library is located at 7824 Center Blvd. S.E. For more information, call the library at (425) 888-1223.