Client: Museum of Glass
Location: Tacoma, WA, United States
Completion date: 2004
Artwork budget: $100,000
Museum of Glass
Polycarbonate poles, with an internal remote light source, gently sway and move in the breeze. As with a breath.
To create a sculptural response in the outdoor water pond of the Museum which used the innate properties of water (reflection, refraction and diffraction). Glass has these same properties. In addressing them, attention is drawn to the fabulous Glass collection within the Museum.
Generated by art consultant Kate Elliott and the Museum of Glass the artist worked with Museum staff and Scott Schroeder of Cube6 Art Productions.
The project was of a temporary (3 year) duration and subsequently re-located to the site of the Vancouver winter Olympic Village.