A type of "automatic" or "involuntary" surrealist sculpture produced by pouring a molten material (such as wax, molten metal, or chocolate) into cold water. Source: Daniel Boyer, Artist<br><br>A method of making a sculptural automatism in which one pours a molten material, such as a metal, chocolate, or wax, into cold water. As the material cools it forms a kind of randomized if not entirely accidental form.Also see aleatory and aleatoric, bricolage, collage, d?coupage, femmage, frottage, fumage, marouflage, montage, parsemage, and photomontage.