Puff

Artists: Jacqueline Metz , Nancy Chew  Location: Beaverton, OR Date:  2022 “Puff” is an interactive, suspended, magical motion sculpture made from rearview mirrors outstretched from a stainless steel sphere. “Puff” hangs in the beautiful light-filled lobby of the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts and greets visitors by turning upon their movements using built-in motion sensors.…

Art in San Francisco’s new parks

  Gizmo is so proud to have been involved in 2 of the 7 projects mentioned here. San Francisco parks do rock, and we got to provide the fence and gate system for Guy Place, as well as the Driftwood benches for the Presidio Tunnel Tops. Visit all of these new great places!

Blessing Hancock Sculpture Coming to Santa Rosa, CA

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CODAsummit: The Intersection of Art, Technology and Place

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Clare Rojas and Yumei Hou art installations into the new Chinatown Station

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“Puff” receives a spot in the top 25 sound and motion artworks in Codaworx Magazine.

Overview “Puff” is a magical moving sculpture made from rearview mirrors outstretched from a stainless steel sphere. “Puff” hangs in the beautiful light-filled lobby of the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts and greets visitors by turning upon their movements using built-in motion sensors. The sculpture has a 10 foot diameter and 288 mirrors attached…