Jim Campbell and Werner Klotz Illuminated Scroll

Artist: Jim Campbell & Werner Klotz Category: Sculpture fabrication  Location: Union Square/Market Street Station Date: April 2021 Located on the platform level of the Union Square/Market Street Station, the artists Jim Campbell and Werner Klotz have created a site-specific stainless steel sculpture titled Illuminated Scroll. This artwork is in the form of a ribbon with dimensions of approximately…

Erwin Redl Lucy in the Sky

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,…

Frequencies

Client/ Artist: Barbara Grygutis Category: Public Art Location: 1050 Page Mill Rd. Palo Alto, CA Date: March 2019 “Frequencies is a visual tribute to unseen patterns that shape our daily lives. The artwork references wave patterns to visualize the pervasive, but largely unseen, presence of electromagnetic frequencies. Five large freestanding sculptures are rendered in aluminum and…

Prevailing Winds

Client: Related California Category: Public Art Location: 1500 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA Date: March 2020 Gizmo fabricated and installed “Prevailing Winds” by artist Catherine Wagner . Catherine is a San Francisco-based artist, known best for her conceptual photography. Wagner’s work often involves extensive research and, in this instance, she studied Bay Area wind patterns…

Stanford Brick Project

Gizmo worked with Stanford artist and professor Lauren Toomer as well as Project Manager and Architect David Golden to fabricate and install this project. Client: Lauren Toomer Category: Sculpture fabrication  Location: Stanford campus Palo Alto, CA Date: March 2020 The bricks used in this sculpture were carefully selected from the original old Anatomy building on the…

Moto Ohtake Microcosmic

Artist: Moto Ohtake Client: SF Arts Commission  Category: Public Art Location: 4th and Brannan street, San Francisco  Date: November 25, 2019 Gizmo installed this first piece of public artwork along the San Francisco Central Subway line. Microcosmic a wind-activated kinetic sculpture by Bay Area-based artist Moto Ohtake. The art piece is a stainless steel wind-activated kinetic sculpture…

Blessing Hancock “DNA”

Artist: Blessing Hancock  Fabricators: Gizmo Art Production Category: Sculpture Fabrication Location: Emeryville, CA Date: January 2020 Blessing Hancock partnered with Gizmo to fabricate and install “DNA”. This sculpture is located at the Emeryville West Transit Center Plaza, in Emeryville, CA. The painted steel and polycarbonate artwork is internally illuminated and draws inspiration from the artistic expression…