Adding retrospective vision to Andy Goldworthy’s living memorial, The Garden of Stones, Potion’s high-definition interactive allows visitors to turn back time, revisiting Goldworthy’s sculpture at any moment over the piece’s history at the Museum of Jewish Heritage. Complimenting the living memorial, whose essence honors adversity faced by those who endured the Holocaust, Potion’s visual “Timekeeper” interactive records and displays the stages of the living sculpture’s evolution.
At the Timekeeper, visitors are presented with a live image of the Garden with a simple, interactive timeline stretching across the bottom of the monitor. With a turn of the dial, visitors can travel back in time through crisp images taken automatically, 700 times daily, with a high-resolution camera. Potion’s elegant interactive invites visitors to witness the resilient and ever changing nature of the garden through time.