First it was the glowing, musical see-saws in February 2018. At that point came the giant, luminous cylinders and crystals in January 2019. Presently, in what's rapidly turning into a winter convention, the Seaport will respect another lit up, interactive art show to the area.
The Seaport has banded together with Canadian art creation company Creos and engineering firm KANVA on Entre les rangs, a twinkling assortment of 28,000 high quality white crystalline stems beat with white reflectors that will be shown on Seaport Common (85 Northern Ave.) from Monday, Dec. 9 through Feb. 2, 2020.
The display, intended to inspire a rural wheat field swaying in the breeze as indicated by a public statement, will refract light from projectors mounted close by, and will change dependent on climate and human association.
With our illuminated winter art program now in its third year, Boston has come to expect a visually stunning, seasonal winter experience in Seaport, said Debra Brodsky, head of promoting for the Seaport's WS Development. ?Entre les rangs? will be the most unique exploration of our artistic tradition yet, literally and metaphorically brightening the season in our neighborhood.?
Past the winter art establishments, the Seaport has respected a few open art shows, including Air Sea Land, an assortment of bright figures lining Seaport Boulevard, and 20 Knots, an assortment of giant nylon daffodils that enhanced Seaport Common in April.