Stunning photographs of student experiments involving the physics of gas and/or liquid fluid flows were on exhibit from Oct. 26-Nov. 30 in the ATLAS lobby and first-floor hallway.
Fifteen framed photographs hung in the hallway while an eight-minute video was on display on the video wall in the lobby. The artwork was produced by Fine Art and engineering students in professor Jean Hertzberg's FloVis class taught in CU's department of Mechanical Engineering. The exhibit was co-curated by Carla Selby.
See the FloVis video produced by CU-Boulder film graduate Larissa Rhodes.
Photos clockwise from top left:
Time exposure of colored strings moving in air turbulence - Derek Paul; dish soap poured over food dye on plate - Megan Firestone; rising smoke curls under a spoon - Kaite McNally; dyed water, excited by loudspeaker from below - Jake Dembeck and David Levine