County: King County
Fellowship Awards 2011
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Dan Corson is a Seattle-based artist that is nationally recognized for creating dynamic, large-scale, conceptually-driven public artworks often utilizing a variety of materials and technologies. His projects range from integrated works in State Capital Buildings, light rail stations and busy public intersections to quiet interpretive buildings, museums, galleries and meditation chambers. Often his work employs engaging visceral “experiences” that envelop the viewer to help draw them into the artwork–sometimes as a co-creator.
Grotesque Arabesque, mixed media, 22ft x 32ft x56ft, 2010. photo: Will Austin.
Emerald Laser Lawn, Diode Laser, control systems, park lawn, bench, 2008. photo: Bill Sanders.
Oscillating Field, fiberglass, paint, lasers, control systems, 2010.