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Cylinder

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Cylinder

Chicago, Illinois

Cylinder was an installation by artist Leo Villareal displayed in the lobby of the Franklin Building in downtown Chicago. A collaborative project between Leo Villareal Studio, fabricator Argosy Designs, and CRAFTCylinder is a volumetric LED light installation in the form of a cylindrical object created by radiating lines of 30-foot mirrored stainless-steel struts. The struts are hung 70 feet above the lobby floor from a mirrored stainless-steel clad aluminum superstructure, which is suspended from the four corners of a square oculus in the ceiling structure above. The struts house a series of LED light nodes spaced at 6-inch intervals that are programmed to produce a four-directional visual performance.  

(Image Credit: King Lawrence) 

Artist: Leo Villareal Studio