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Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title

    Kinetic Light Air Curtain

  • Artist

    Toni Rosato and William Maxwell

  • Location

    Denver International Airport

  • Neighborhood

    Denver International Airport

  • Year

    1994

  • Artwork Type

    Public Sculpture

  • Material

    steel

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About This Piece

“Kinetic Air Light Curtain” consists of a grouping of 5,280 propellers laid out on a grid system that changes configurations as the train passes. The propellers are made of reflective stainless steel and are 12-inches in diameter. The work, which includes blue fluorescent lighting, encompasses the entire mile of the train tunnel journey. The propellers are activated by physical phenomena already existing in the tunnel, including light from the train and wind generated by the movement of the train.