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9 performer aerial jelly fish mobile off of the 250 ft crane at All Souls Procession
D.A. Therrien’s BEAUTIFUL LIGHT: 4 LETTER WORD MACHINE installation at the Scottsdale Waterfront.
BBC excerpt with David Therrien—-1995— way ahead of his time on so many things
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The Restoration of Care
Panos and stereoscopics at the Vaults of Arcosanti
"Banned in China" is a strong brand
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Ballroom Luminoso is a series of six chandeliers designed by artists Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock currently installed in San Antonio, Texas. Made from custom made structural steel, custom LEDs and recycled bicycle parts, the lights project colorful silhouettes of sprockets and other pieces onto the otherwise drab cement underpass. From the artist’s statement about the project:
Ballroom Luminoso references the area’s past, present, and future in the design of its intricately detailed medallions. The images in the medallions draw on the community’s agricultural history, strong Hispanic heritage, and burgeoning environmental movement. The medallions are a play on the iconography of La Loteria, which has become a touchstone of Hispanic culture. Utilizing traditional tropes like La Escalera (the Ladder), La Rosa (the Rose), and La Sandía (the Watermelon), the piece alludes to the neighborhood’s farming roots and horticultural achievements. Each character playfully rides a bike acting as a metaphor for the neighborhood’s environmental progress, its concurrent eco-restoration projects, and its developing cycling culture.