Six new bus shelters sculptures commissioned by the Summit County Public Art Advisory Board are part of a new public art exhibit that explores the dynamics of movement called HOW WE [=] MOVE. The sculptures are constructed of aluminum ribbons that render the movements of Summit County residents into a visual form. Each was fabricated from data collected by sensors worn by local residents while in motion, including cross-country skiing, walking, hand-cycling, bobsledding, and mountain biking.
The artwork was developed by a team of collaborators, led by Summit County artist Kevin Arthofer, in partnership with Summit County transportation department and engineering, Park City transportation department, and the Summit County Public Arts Advisory Board.
Kevin will discuss the creative vision and technology behind the installation as part of his artist talk.