Water Challenge Arts Pitch Winner Announced
The sculpture is designed to be a sensory experience allowing viewers to touch and rotate three large etched steel cylinders reminiscent of a Tibetan prayer wheel. The rotation of the cylinder will create a sound that will emerge from within the piece, emitting low chimes representing the passing of time, and a gentle call to action for its viewer. At night the sculpture will light up with a bioluminescence that is sure to attract constant interaction. The sculpture will be located on the edge of Bayou St. John at the Lafitte Greenway at Jeff Davis Parkway.
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The Arts Council will commission the project through the City of New Orleans’ Percent for Art Program, which has facilitated the creation of over 350 artworks currently enlivening the city’s landscape and engaging New Orleanians in dialogue about our city.