Stainless Steel Lighting Sculpture-Spiritual Fortress Sculpture - CODAworx
This sculpture is a mirror polished stainless steel garden sculpture which is located in Enterprise Plaza, Xiamen, China. It is designed by a domestic artist and made of 316L stainless steel, with stand height 28 meters. The internal structure is carbon steel Q345B with preservative treatment.
Mutualities - CODAworx
Functionally, this artwork physically acts as a permeable screen enabling passive surveillance yet it also discourages children running onto the road from the public open space adjacent. Stretching along almost 40 metres and over 2 metres high the design brief was to meet the functional requirements while creating artwork to visually enrich the space at close quarters or at traffic speed and to reflect a sense of place.
POP! - CODAworx
For the 10th edition of Luminothérapie, the theme was the celebration. POP! really caught the festive spirit the Partnership was looking for. “Our interactive installation is a celebration of light, music, movement and popular culture. We hope that POP! acts as a catalyst for collective energy, which encourages exchange and collaboration between people. #publicart
Journey - CODAworx
Culturespaces commissioned the project as a part of "Immersive Art Festival" competition at Atelier Des Lumieres, 18-24 October, 2019. The brief was to design an immersive audiovisual project specific to the space, and to create a concept and content utilizing the space perception of the audience at its best. #publicart
Sprouts - CODAworx
The subtle perforation is made up of different sized circles, rotated and skewed slightly to provide the illusion of small water droplets hitting the surfaces. Starting at dusk, spotlights mounted on the nearby buildings will shine down on the sculptures; the lights will sparkle through the perforation and at the same time provide a landscape of changing color on the nearby hardscape.
Shadows & Light (Sombras y Luz) - CODAworx
Shadows & Light (Sombras y Luz) - Bill and Mary Buchen - El Paso is the most Mexican of American cities, and special attention was devoted to the arts, crafts, and architecture of Mexican culture. In addition, shade structures were needed to provide shelter from the ever present sun. The artists devised the unifying concept of Shadows and Light (Sombras y Luz). #publicart