The Public Art Endowment and the Moses Cone Hospital want a work of art that represents how public art can give hope to those in the hospital, wonder to the patients looking out of their hospital windows, solace for family members who are there helping their loved ones and inspiration for our providers. The history of art as a therapeutic measure is long and significant. This collaboration seeks a thought-provoking, hope-filled, and visually engaging sculpture for the entry to these two important buildings on the Moses Cone campus that will create a place that momentarily transports the viewer away from illness. Identifying descriptors for the project include kinetic, innovative, inclusive, narrative, wayfinding, approachable, and either interactive (with moving or touchable parts) or reactive (with parts that cast shadows to play in or surfaces for light to reflect off) for visually dramatic experiences in both day and night.
- Contact Name: Cheryl C. Stewart
- Contact Email: [email protected]
- Contact Phone: (336) 601-2062