Four pieces along a new one mile long park in the Clayton & Cole neighborhoods, Denver. Each sculpture figures a landmark or neighborhood event.
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A NEW COMMUNITY
Working with the community to develop source material, the piece generates amusing & profound conversations relevant to the new Stapleton population.
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HISTORY OF A STREET
Each instrument combines a real-time view of the streetscape with an ‘overlay’ slide that adds an additional narrative. We identified locations & stories that combine into a ‘treasure hunt’ of 23 somewhat hidden artworks.
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THROUGH THE EYES OF WILD ANIMALS
Animal sculptures are placed throughout the Berry Center, each highlight a specific Wyoming ecosystem.
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A BUILDING’S OCCUPATION
A dynamic model that expresses the state of the building & its occupancy.
An array of sensors analyze movement in the various parts of the Center & respond through a living light choreography.
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STORIES OF A COMMUNITY
A large sculptural monolith that displays stories about time. A playful clock of sorts, the piece changes its content every minute.
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CELEBRATION OF DIVERSITY
About Face is a record of a time & place, a way to eulogize the present & look forward. The roundabout is a pivot into the college. On this roundabout we place a drum with profiles of people at the school – anyone who signs up can get their profile placed there – a welcoming committee to all.
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RELATIONSHIP TO THE LAND
What is our present relationship to the land?
How can we engage with a nature we push ever further from our lives?
How can we effect our cultural & emotional connection to a nature that we have over-extended?
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