of elevation are, for example, hallucinations or worse unwanted shape shifting in about five percent of the population. Inexperienced shape shifting can be terrible.
Accidentally the artist Phyllida Barlow got elevated. Later she found herself exhausted and shape-shifted into a piece of art.
The artwork has a surrealistic touch. The lower part of the object appears to be a part of some device. The rest of it is covered in a strange, organic-looking material, with any shadow washed out by fog or some omni-present light. Some parts are naturalistically shaded, creating even greater contrast to the barren fog occupying the upper three fourths of the object. The fog is not completely featureless, however. The lower part of it is darkened, interspersed with streaks of color. The streaks give the impression of being shimmers of light, giving the whole section a look similar to a block of partly melted ice. The ice quickly fades out the blue, leaving what appears to be sky. The artwork is truly metaphysical and connects the dwellers and visitors through all conceivable aspects.
It's absolutely stunning and the elevation technicians are happy that it looks so flawless.