The industrial archaeology site of Çubuklu Silos becomes the object of artistic exploration in Atif Akin’s site-specific media installation. These vertical, circular buildings, once used for grain or fluid storage constitute the form and medium of the installation. Spanning across the five silos, the work operating in the z-dimension can be experienced both outdoor and indoor. The 4 screens reflect aerial drone footage of off-center gradient patterns and colors. Inspired by the principles of fluid dynamics and the Bernoulli equation of pressure distribution, the projected imagery undulates and morphs. As viewers traverse the space, they encounter a shifting panorama of perspectives within the industrial landscape and are invited to reflect on the architecture and the scientific history of the site. At the same time, through the lens of self-surveillance, the visitors are encouraged to think about their own presence within this industrial tableau.