Moon's Day Off
Cosmic Decay of a Stable System
Our moon controls more than we realize: ocean tides and coral spawning season are only two of the spatiotemporal effects of the moon. We imagined a new system: an inhabited base mesh is affected by one large moon with two moons of its own. The mesh swirls and ripples according to the motions of the moons. As the moon system is pulled away from the inhabited mesh, its effects intensify, launching the inhabitants skyward.