Watching two crash test vehicles meet their demise in a head-on collision always makes for some exhilarating footage. But when two fluffy clouds collide, the destruction that ensues is so gentle and peaceful it somehow ends up being incredibly relaxing and soothing.
We could watch Mitchell F. Chan’s new art piece, Something Something National Conversation (In 2 Characters Or Less), all day long as it uses over 3,000 liters of water vapor every hour to create these endless cloud-on-cloud collisions that simply dissipate into the air afterwards.
If you’re going to be in Toronto in the near future, you can check out Chan’s Art & Inactivism exhibit in person, which includes this piece, at the Angell Gallery from December 10 until January 7. We suggest maybe bringing a pillow in case you get too relaxed and sleepy.