A Different Sense of Time
This is a video presentation of the art program at DEN. It’s a documentary about all of the artists that were commissioned to create artwork at Denver International Airport before it was opened.
The Denver Arts & Venues Public Art Program commissioned an original musical composition for Denver’s City and County Building Chime. The composition will act as a signature piece for Denver; something that will be memorable to identify Denver to residents and visitors. The composition is celebratory in nature (e.g., uplifting, lively, positive: evoking the spirit …
Visitors descending an escalator into the ballroom pre-function area will encounter an unexpected serenade of laughter mysteriously rising from beneath their feet. Recorded laughs come up through the small cracks between steps, with a different voice heard every eight feet of the ride. Inside the escalator, a 4-channel sound system will broadcast a call and …
Audio Works – Spirit of the People
The music of duo “Red Tail Chasing Hawks” (Calvin Standing Bear and James Torres) can be heard while walking over the Concourse A passenger bridge. A 43-minute long series of compositions, specifically written for the airport and the Spirit of the People project, includes Native American chanting, drumming and flute playing in both traditional and contemporary styles.
Train Call is a 20-second audio segment comprised of various voice messages and musical elements. It can be heard by while traveling from the concourses of Denver International Airport to Jeppesen Terminal. Train Call will remain in its original form besides the “Mayor’s Message” that will change.