Spectrum Wind

Submitted by Duncan McDaniel

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Client: Nashville Airport

Location: Nashville, TN, United States

Completion date: Jan 01, 2014

Artwork budget: $15,000

Project Team

Artist

Duncan McDaniel

Industry Resource

Art Up Nashville

Art Up Nashville

Overview

Spectrum Wind (Nashville Airport)
Conduit rods and plastic cups
8’ x 8’ x 15’
2014

Goals

Spectrum wind is a sculpture designed to promote the Bonnaroo music festival. It’s
made out of multicolored plastic Solo-cups stacked and attached over a variety waved shaped rods. The shape of the installation resembles a colorful wind blowing through the walls of the airport skylight. It’s playful, whimsical, and psychedelic nature successfully captures the mood of a music festival.

Process

The Nashville Airport has five designated skylights for the Bonnaroo sculptures. After submitting a proposal, the artists are selected by a panel. The Artists then build and install their pieces. Each one is up for a year