Artina: 2020 - Light, a Sculptural Solar Dance
Renewable energy sculptures advocate for better environmental responsibility. Work in this exhibition re-imagines solar energy as an art form, adopting sunlight as the medium, the subject matter, or the energy source of the art.
Artists explored how light, sun, sound, and energy intersect, capturing the importance of sustainability by using solar energy in existing or site-specific outdoor sculptures: art made from sunlight—the energy source for life on Earth.
Guests may view the exhibit during daylight hours, any day of the week, no reservations required. There is free onsite parking.
Indoor use of the facility, including restrooms will not be permitted. Guests are asked to use their discretion while enjoying the exhibit, and mask use is required.