Earthworms are called "Mimizu" in Japanese. Qubibi has made many different kinds of Mimizu in the past, and has one favorite Mimizu in particular. These Mimizu are sharp, hard, cold, and made of steel, and as time ticks down, they morph into either a letter or a huge fortress.
Large Acrylic: 5.7 x 8.4 x 0.9 inches Small Acrylic: 4.45 x 6.8 x 0.9 inches Small Bamboo: 3.7 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
Comes with US plug and custom cable.
Qubibi is a digital art label by Kazumasa Teshigahara. Kazumasa, a web designer, launched Qubibi in 2006. Since then, Qubibi has used art direction, design, and programming techniques to create various projects with on-screen media, winning numerous awards including D&AD and the Cannes Advertising Prize. In 2017, Qubibi held his first solo exhibition, "the Qubibi Exhibition" at MuDA, Zurich. In 2010, Qubibi released his video work "hello world", which uses a unique real-time animation algorithm. With its filmic texture and continuous temporal structure, this meditative work provides an innovative take on generative art. Since then, Qubibi has been creating abstract videos based on this algorithm.