Ed Carpenter’s Radius suspended dichroic glass art lobby sculpture emanates outward through the Ann Arbor Justice Center lobby with dichroic glass and concealed lighting. / image 1
Ed Carpenter’s Radius suspended ceiling sculpture emanates outward through the Ann Arbor Justice Center lobby and is designed to involve as much of the lobby as possible, radiating from the southeast corner, visible from inside and outside. / image 2
Ed Carpenter’s Radius suspended ceiling sculpture emanates outward through the Ann Arbor Justice Center lobby. / image 3
Ed Carpenter’s Radius suspended ceiling sculpture emanates outward through the Ann Arbor Justice Center lobby with brilliant dichroic glass elements. / image 4
Ed Carpenter’s Radius suspended ceiling sculpture emanates outward through the Ann Arbor Justice Center lobby. Concealed lighting illuminates laminated glass and polished aluminum details, casting glowing projections of the sculpture’s expansive forms. / image 5
Ed Carpenter’s Radius suspended ceiling sculpture emanates outward through the Ann Arbor Justice Center lobby. Concealed lighting illuminates laminated glass and polished aluminum details, casting glowing projections of the sculpture’s expansive forms. / image 6
Ed Carpenter’s Radius suspended ceiling sculpture emanates outward through the Ann Arbor Justice Center lobby is designed to involve as much of the lobby as possible, radiating from the southeast corner, visible from inside and outside, day and night. / image 7

“Radius”

Like ripples from a stone tossed into a pond, “Radius” emanates outward through the Ann Arbor Justice Center lobby, a reminder of the interconnectedness of the public with agencies serving them, and suggesting a network of cause and effect in the public realm.

“Radius” is designed to involve as much of the lobby as possible, radiating from the southeast corner, visible from inside and outside, day and night. Concealed lighting illuminates laminated glass and polished aluminum details, casting glowing projections of the sculpture’s expansive forms.

"Radius"

Ann Arbor Justice Center

Client: City of Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Date: May, 2013

Dimensions: 40’ x 20’ x 12’

Materials: Laminated dichroic glass, aluminum, stainless steel, lighting.


Descriptors: Sculpture, dichroic glass suspended ceiling sculpture, site specific sculpture, interior sculpture, interior sculpture suspended, architectural sculpture, architectural art, public art, commissioned art, glass art, art glass, architectural art glass, laminated glass art, suspended sculpture, suspended glass art sculpture, art lighting, illuminated art, illuminated sculpture, night lighting art, entry sculpture, ceiling sculpture

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Ed Carpenter Studio
1812 NW 24th Avenue
Portland, Oregon USA 97210


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