High Tide is a site-specific, kinetic, temporary art installation on the RFK Greenway in Boston, MA. The installation is located on a 4700 SF site between the historic North End neighborhood and the park system. Designed to evoke a marsh inundated by water, the installation consists of 500 fiberglass rods and 1600 dichroic plexiglass circles. The latter spin in the direction of the predominant wind, reflecting and transmitting different colored light. High Tide seeks to connect the public to Boston’s ever-changing tidal landscape, its history of man-made land reclamation, and its future potential flooding due to sea level rise. Read More.