+0

1. Is "their bodies morphing with one another" different from "their bodies morphing into one another"? I think it means "their bodies merge with one another". What's your idea?


2. Does the blue sent say "her legs become similar to two liquid pillars that merge with flowers, trees, concrete blocks, and other passengers present in the street"?


Text:

In Gravity Be My Friend, 2007, we lie on islands of layered coloured carpet as we gaze up at the ceiling at Rist’s narcissian pools projected there. In one of the two pool-shaped projections, her female character Pepperminta and her brother frolic in a paradisiacal natural environment, their bodies morphing with one another via the medium of water. These mercuric transformations are taken to an extreme in the second pool as Pepperminta walks down an urban street, her legs expanding into watery trunks that morph and billow with flowers, trees, slabs of concrete and other people.

Comments  
catttt1. Is "their bodies morphing with one another" different from "their bodies morphing into one another"? I think it means "their bodies merge with one another". What's your idea?

To morph normally means to transform one thing into another gradually in computer animation. In this case, the writer seems to mean that the two things partially merge and then unmerge in a similar way. "With" in place of "into" is meant to convey that.

catttt2. Does the blue sent say "her legs become similar to two liquid pillars that merge with flowers, trees, concrete blocks, and other passengers present in the street"?

sentence

Yes, that's how I read it.