FPAC presents Winter Public Art: light-based temporary art installations along the Fort Point Harborwalk.
Listener By goodgood (Karen Stein Shanley), New American Public Art (Dan Sternof Beyer, Kawandeep Virdee, Bevan Weissman), and Matthew Shanley. Listener is an interactive light installation that responds to the ambient and intentional sounds around it, transforming static space into a dynamic public place. It is located on the Fort Point Channel Harborwalk between Congress Street and Northern Avenue, outside of the Boston Children’s Museum.
Canopy by Michael Moss and Claudia Ravaschiere. Located on the Fort Point Channel Harborwalk between Summer and Congress Streets, outside of Channel FItness Canopy is the laser projection, Canopy, that creates a dimensional, impressionistic canopy with myriad points of green light layered over a cloudscape. Using holographic technology, the artists create an unexpected experience on the public walkway along the Fort Point Channel.
|Image above: Canopy, courtesy of Ravaschiere&Moss|
Our Winter Public Art is supported by funding from The Fort Point Channel Operations Board.
2012-13 Winter Public Art was selected by a jury. Thank you to our selection panel: Sarah Hutt, artist and former Director of Visual Arts for the City of Boston and member Boston Art Commission; Kate Gilbert, artist and creative projects manager and former project manager for public art at Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy; Lisa Greenfield, artist and previous FPAC Winter Public Arts Installation artist; Vivien Li, President, The Boston Harbor Association; Charlayne Murrell-Smith, Vice President, Boston Children's Museum. Additional thanks to the Boston Children's Museum, Channel Fitness, and NAI Hunneman.