Jim Campbell and Werner Klotz

Installation of more than 10,000 uniquely formed and different sizes of polished stainless steel discs hanging from steel ropes. Artists: Jim Campbell and Werner Klotz Category: Sculpture fabrication Location: Union Square/Market Street Station Date: 2021 “For the platform level of the Union Square/Market Street Station, world-renowned artists Jim Campbell and Werner Klotz have created Silent Stream, a site-specific…

Ned Kahn

Gizmo teamed up with artist Ned Kahn to produce this entrancing kinetic sculpture that outfits a parking structure at an NFL building in LA. Client: Ned Kahn Location: Los Angeles, CA Date: January, 2021 This large-scale kinetic sculpture designed by Ned Kahn and fabricated and delivered by Gizmo outfits the exterior of a parking building at the…

Taraneh Hemami

Gizmo worked with artists Taraneh Hemami to fabricate and install the tessellated stainless sculpture. Client: Taraneh Hemami and Carmel Partners Category: Public Art Location: Oakland, CA Date: September 2021 A sculptural tree with tessellated canopies made of mirrored steel and iridescent glass is a new icon at the corner of 13th and Franklin Street in downtown…

Ana Teresa Fernandez

Gizmo worked with Mexican artist Ana Teresa Fern├índez to fabricate and install the kinetic word sculpture that overlooks a SF highway. Client: Ana Teresa Fern├índez Category: Kinetic Sculpture Location: San Francisco, CA Date: October 2016 The “Dream” sculpture idea came from the artist, Ana Teresa Fernandez. The sculpture was installed on the back of Bernal…

Erwin Redl

Gizmo team completes the installation of Lucy in the Sky by Erwin Redl. Artist: Erwin Redl Category: Sculpture fabrication Location: Union Square/Market Street Station Date: March 2021 “The artwork by Erwin Redl for the Union Square/Market Street Station titled Lucy in the Sky, is an illuminated installation comprised of hundreds of translucent 10 x 10 inch light panels,…

Blessing Hancock

Illuminated sculptures at Gables Station draw inspiration from the tropical flora of the area, representing seed pods and fruits. These artworks explore the concept of nature as neighborhood icon. A significant community engagement process was included in order to wrap the artworks in stories collected from community elders, who emigrated from the Bahamas to Coral…