I recently completed a project working with Benjamin Rubin from the New School at Parsons School of Design, and Jer Thorp, Co-Founder of The Office for Creative Research. The goal was to capture a new public art installation located at Brookfield Place in Calgary.
The artwork incorporates a collection of data feeds to illustrate the interrelationship between human activity in Calgary and the natural system of the Bow Glacier in the Canadian Rockies. It is a stunning piece, but truthfully you need to visit the installation to get the full effect.
It’s surprising how many people have gone to visit the Herald-Harbinger art installation in Downtown Calgary. Trust me – it makes for a unique sight (and also an impressive date idea)