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  • Title

    Blue Print

  • Artist

    Urban Matter

  • Location

    Brighton Blvd.

  • Neighborhood

    Five Points

  • Year


  • Artwork Type

    Public Sculpture

  • Material

    Steel, plexiglass, LED lights

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About This Piece

“Blue Print” is a series of sculptural forms inspired by the industrial past of the River North neighborhood in Denver. Consisting of four sculptures that cast interesting shadows and illuminate interesting patterning, “Blue Print” creates repetition along Brighton Blvd. As the day changes to night, the project begins capturing the movement and activity of all kinds of traffic, vehicular or other, as a glowing time stamp in the evening hours. Utilizing sensors that capture the activity to be replicated via color-changing LED lights, “Blue Print” responds to the movement around each form. The steel armature of each piece combined with the apertures for the light, “Blue Print” captures the beauty of the Colorado Blue Columbine and the majesty of the Rockies with the artistic spirit of the RiNo district, thereby creating a luminous temporal sculptural experience to be enjoyed in the day as well as at night.