Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Art In Public Places

A German artist's bronze sculpture — a $750,000 public art installation paid for by the city — finally was installed in front of Ann Arbor's city hall today. The artwork — planned as the centerpiece of the LEED Gold building — starts close to Huron Street and follows the west edge of a new rain garden toward the main entrance of city hall. The focal point is a standing bronze sculpture with blue glass pearls that light up in computerized variations as stormwater circulates over the sculpture's surface. Read the story.

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