By Mery Godigna Collet | June 18th, at 10am
Exhibit runs through December
This art piece is created with the byproducts of crude oil as plastic pebbles, vinyl balloons and glow in the dark elements. The installation will show the actual volume of crude oil that is consumed by every person each year.
The TEMPO program is part of the Economic Development Department. Temporary public art plays an important role in attracting new and emerging artists to the City’s public art program, enriches the civic dialogue, cultivates tourism, and engages public space in a unique way. The TEMPO program allows artists to explore a range of themes suitable for the outdoor environment and provides the opportunity for innovative, thought-provoking artwork that impacts the way people experience their environment.