2.5 million visitors, poster project of Climate Week NYC, 30,000 interactions
Reflecting the Stars attached custom wirelessly-controlled solar-powered LEDs to the decaying posts of Pier 49 in the Hudson River to recreate our night sky. Nightly, lights twinkled in various patterns as the tides concealed and revealed our LED stars. Visitors pressed buttons highlighting constellations, no longer seen in urban centers because of air and light pollution.
Pier 49 at Bank Street in Manhattan, NYC
Hudson River Park Trust/People of NYC
New York Times Video, Adaequatio, All Green Info, WIRED MAGAZINE, Antenna Magazine, Bloomberg,Apartment Therapy, Architizer, Art Cards, BOMB Magazine, Cool Green Mag, Curbed, Climate Week NYC, Dwell Magazine, Inhabit, Flavorpill My Architecture, NY OBSERVER, NY Press, On Hudson, PAPER MAGAZINE, Socially Superlative, Village Voice.
Reflecting The Stars, 2013
300′ x 180′ interactive public art installation
pipe caps, acrylic, PV cells, LEDs, batteries, wireless tranceivers, the sun
Artist/Producer: Jon Morris
Engineer/Programmer: Adam Berenzweig
Light Design: Rich Schwab and Andy Baker at Kontraptioneering
Logo, Plaque, and Video: Nick Bastis
Production support: Abram Lewis-Rosenblum
Star dedication website by Sara Chai Butler
With Ana Luiza Constantino, William Oberlin, Corrie Van Sice, Aparna Sundaram, Gabriella Levine, Lynn Burke, Shana Tribiano, Danielle Pinna, Justin Boone, Jeff Yurcan, Aparna Sundaram, Chris Berlin, Joanne Solomon, Emily Davis, Michael Mathis, hundreds more kind volunteers.