Liquid Pixels (2002) - Ned Kahn
1801 N Lynn St
Ned Kahn’s groundbreaking work features 42-foot high panels covered with 450,000 brushed stainless steel disks. Liquid Pixels responds kinetically to the wind and light, mimicking the flow of air currents and light conditions across its surface. It was named one of the top public art projects in the nation by the Americans for the Arts Public Art Network in 2002.
Description: Stainless steel disks, stainless steel pins, injection molded plastic backing panels. six 42 x 25 foot vertical panels mounted on the north and east sides of this building, to which 450,000 one-inch diameter brushed stainless steel disks, attached to stainless steel pins, have been affixed.