Lidt om workshops
Foam on the water is one of the main enemies of soap bubbles. We designed infinity pools that removes the foam automatically. The pool in the picture is for making bubbles with your hands.
Drawings as explanations
To explain how to master making bubbles, we made instructional drawings.
The pool in the picture is for using bubble tools. They all have different shapes in order to test whether the shape of the tool affects the shape of the bubble.
Watch out, slippery floor!
Soap bubbles only have few cons. One of the is a slippery floor. After many tests, we ended op choosing a floor with large grains to help guests stay put.
In the picture is the installation Kid in a Bubble.
The reflections of the bubbles
Soap bubbles reflect their surroundings. And that takes part in creating the colours. In the Bubblearium you can see the reflections, colours, and flows in the soap bubbles.
In the picture is seen two reflections of an 'optician's wall'. The left side of the bubble reflects the wall 'correct', while the right side of the bubble reflects the wall inverted (upside-down)