90° South provides a contemplative point of view that allows us to witness and be immersed in the constant evolution of a landscape in its growth. The artwork utilizes an irrigation system in conjunction with a highly absorbent material called Sodium Polyacrylate to produce the slow emergence of a landscape. A thin layer of the white material is placed on top of a round surface. When water reaches the surface the Sodium Polyacrylate expands 300 times producing subtle undulations. The profiles of these miniature mountains are projected into the walls of the gallery using a flashlight attached to rotating mechanism. The installation allows the visitor to witness and be immersed in the constant evolution of the system in its growth.