11’w × 14’h × 10’d (approx.)
“Water Weld” is a large kinetic and water sculpture. Water is pumped out to a few different locations. One of these locations turns a water wheel, nine or so feet up. Which in turn rotates the large domes on the top of the sculpture. Water then makes its way back to the bottom through a series of channels and troughs.
“Water Weld” is powered by a single water pump. It can also be connected directly into a water line through a float valve. So as the water splashes or evaporates, the valve opens keeping the water at a constant level.