The Geometric Death Frequency-141 object was installed by Frederico Diaz in MASS MoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art) on October 23rd 2010. This sculpture represents a fragmented wave, resulting from a spilling of a certain amount of fluid into a confined box. The movement of fluid was simulated digitally, and one snapshot was employed to provide the shape of the wave. The spatial shape was subsequently filled with hollow spheres made of ABS plastics (of diameter 47mm with wall thickness of 1mm) arranged in a regular grid. The spheres were glued together at the points of contact, so as to create a self-supporting structure consisting of 420,000 pieces. This amount of data excludes manual changes, therefore the whole design process was fully automated.