24 Jun '16, 10pm

The Air Above sculpture frames nature's beauty from all sides

The Air Above sculpture frames nature's beauty from all sides

In The Air Above, environmental designer Michael Pecirno explores how a public sculpture can derive form and purpose entirely from its surroundings. Clad in polished, reflective stainless steel, the sculpture mirrors its environment of maple trees, open grassy spaces, and the sky above. These vignettes frame the beauty of the sculpture’s surroundings and allow it to become a subtle addition to the landscape.

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