LAX Gateway Pylon Project Kinetic Light Installation (Untitled)

1999-2000. Paul Tzanetopoulos.

Date: 2000
Dimensions: 100' x 12' diameter towers
Media: Translucent glass, computer-driven kinetic light display
Commissioned By: Los Angeles World Airports, for Los Angeles International Airport
Art Consultant: Michelle Isenberg and Associates, Inc.
Location: Los Angeles International Airport; Century Boulevard and the Century/Sepulveda Boulevards Exchange, Los Angeles, California.
Description: This work is a kinetic light installation that is incorporated into twenty-six large-scale translucent glass towers. Eleven towers are 6' in diameter, ranging from 25 to 60 feet down Century Boulevard and fifteen towers are 12' diameter by 100' located at the Los Angeles International Airport gateway traffic intersection exchange. All towers are synchronized and computer-driven with lighting interface. The programming consists of lighting display, synchronous lighting activities and color arrays.

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