In the city we see screens everywhere, all day long. These displays tend to become standardized: screens have replaced store signs, split-flap departure boards in train stations, trivision billboards and other ads. The resolution of the screens has been improved to the point that their pixels are no longer visible to the naked eye.
Liquid Screen takes the opposite approach from these perfect images. In the form of a scrolling screen made up of droplets circulating in a pipe, it transmits information while revealing its mode of functioning.