Using around 2 km of rubber and copper piping, the installation pervades the space like a pulsating three-dimensional drawing. Small motors bestow movement upon the static rubber tubing creating a human characteristic to an inanimate object.

Rosana AntolÍ works across drawing, sculpture, video and performance to interact with and observe our movements, creating patterns out of ordinary human actions.
AntolÍ’s site-specific installation Chaos Dancing Cosmos (2016-19) which uses rubber piping and motors creates a concrete and continuous, three-dimensional drawing in the space.

Produced by UH Arts + Culture in partnership with St Albans Museum + Gallery.