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Location: roadway in front of APM station at George Bush Intercontinental Airport

This sculpture, when viewed primarily from moving vehicular traffic, is designed to accommodate changes in perspective relative to the Automated People Mover (APM) station at George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

Reflective material utilized in the design tracks the sun’s positions throughout the day. Alternatively, headlights of incoming vehicular traffic illuminate the design at night.

Illuminated patterns of the sculpture’s composition are reminiscent of flickering, reflective markers defining the runway approach experienced by arriving and departing pilots and passengers.

The piece is 40 feet high by 33 feet long by 11 feet wide.

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Timeline by Ben Woitena
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