Testing at the Marine Hydrodynamics Lab proves the concept and gets its creator into the tow tank
The artist’s hair was wet, and he apologized for shivering. When I met Anthony Reale, he had just popped out of a tank of 60-degree water at the University of Michigan's Marine Hydrodynamics Lab.
This was the seventh time in three days he’d emerged from the chilly basin. The last four times, he wore a dry suit he borrowed from friends. But the first three dives he did in jeans and a t-shirt. He had no other choice.