BAM Arts Fair

Bellevue, WA, July 25-26, 2015

"Passages"

corrugated plastic, vinyl, wood & LED

8’h x 6’w x 12’d

"BAM"

corrugated plastic, vinyl, wood & LED

5’h x 11’w x 2’d

"Urban Trail"

corrugated plastic found ads & vinyl

6’h x 2’w x 2’d


The tunnel was positioned at the main entrance of the art fair inviting pedestrians to walk through and around the artwork. The bright colors and 3-D forms filling the interior space offered an interactive and transformative experiences into a creative state of mind as people headed into the fair. "Passage", the feature installation for the art fair, was accompanied by "BAM". These energetic and vibrant letters  naturally became a comic book-esk photo backdrop for visitors and represented the museum logo. Natural light illuminated the colors during the day, while internal lights created a stunning glow at night.

Just across the street, "Urban Trail" made from a series of 25 two-part faceted forms adorned  existing street lamps. In a zig-zag pattern, these art objects followed the pedestrian walkway alongside the Bellevue Art Museum toward the Bellevue Galleria .

This project was made possible by the Bellevue Art Museum and funded by Kemper Development.

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