Convergence

DESCRIPTION

Convergence demonstrates the strength and drama of steel by suspending large, three-dimensional geometric forms to create an optical illusion so that the shapes appear to be floating in space.

Convergence by Jon Seeman, created as part of Series 1 of the City’s Rotating Public Art Program.

Rotating Public Art Program:

The City of Pasadena’s Rotating Public Art Program was launched by the Cultural Affairs Division in 2011 to enliven the urban landscape with publicly accessible artworks. The Program complements the permanent artworks commissioned by the City’s Private Development and Capital Improvement Public Art Programs by temporarily installing loaned contemporary sculptures in each of Pasadena’s seven Council Districts. This temporary public art program aims to expand the context for public art in Pasadena. Now in it’s fourth iteration, the Rotating Public Art Program has exhibited a total of 30+ artworks throughout the City, producing a dynamic visual experience for residents and visitors alike. For more information about the City’s Rotating Public Art Program, visit: www.cityofpasadena.net/planning/arts-and-cultural-affairs/public-art-program/#rotating-program

ART MEDIUM
Sculpture
ARTIST
Jon Seeman
DIMENSIONS
7'H x 7'5"W x 5'11"D
LOCATION

239 W WASHINGTON BLVD

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