Client: City of Stamford, CT
Location: Stamford Train Station, USA
Completion date: 2013
Artwork budget: $155,000
I was the Lead Artist to assemble a team to pitch this Permanent Fine Art Lighting Installation on the north face of the Stamford Train Station facing I-95, the largest hub outside of Grand Central. The lighting design is a combination of RGB LED strip lighting and RGB LED wash lighting. The lights are on and moving in a program rotation every evening from dusk to 1am.
The RFQ stated that the City of Stamford had been awarded a $155,000. grant to 'beautify the existing Stamford Train Station' northern facade with a permanent, efficient fine art lighting installation.
Lead Artist, Proposal, Lighting Design - Sandy Garnett. Team Artist, Proposal, Lighting Design - Joy Wulke. Electrician, Lighting Design - Jamie Burnett. Contractor, Lighting Design - Supertech
This fine art lighting installation was favorably reviewed by the New York Times - http://sandygarnettstudio.com/index.php/about/articles/ny-times-3-7-13/ - which precipitated my next project, to assemble a new team to create a permanent fine art lighting installation at the Trout Museum of Art in Appleton, Wisconsin - http://sandygarnettstudio.com/index.php/public-art/ttmoa/