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eCloud
Artistic concept and design by Dan Goods, Nik Hafermaas, Aaron Koblin
Production management by Jamie Barlow, UEBERSEE
Fabrication by Jim Hetherington
Commissioning Agency: City of San Jose Public Art Program
Produced by UEBERSEE, Inc
Photo credit - Spencer Lowell
eCloud is a dynamic sculpture inspired by the volume and behavior of an idealized cloud. Clouds are ephemeral and in perpetual transformation, their abstract shapes are constantly teasing the mind of the observer to ‘see’ and interpret. Clouds focus our attention to the sky and connect us to our fascination with flying.
Caldera
McRae Anderson
Vertical living walls continually improve air quality, provide wildlife habitat, sequester carbon and improve the acoustical properties of the surrounding area.Living wall art is adaptable to both interior and exterior applications, adds incredible warmth and a sense of calm to create a true oasis. Its benefits include: sound privacy; air filtration and comfort; reduced stress; thermal regulation and a strong visual support of a community’s green strategies. Living art can utilize water reclaimed for the site with rainwater or grey water and purify those resources for continued reuse reducing potable water demand
DAWN
Artist Patrick Blythe
His cast glass work was inspired by the magnificent desert twilight. More than 1,000 pieces of glass were used to create this multifaceted sculpture. It is one of a series of desert landscapes reflecting various times of day. All glassworks are produced with 100% solar power.
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