From the Corner of Your Eye

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© Lauri Novak
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UploadedJune 27, 2011
TakenAugust 19, 2010
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS REBEL T1i
Exposure1/6 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length55 mm
ISO1600

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Crown Fountain
Designed by Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa, the Crown Fountain features two 50-foot high glass block towers at each end of a shallow reflecting pool. The towers are activated with changing video images and lights, and water cascades from the top of each. Anchoring the southwest corner of Millennium Park at Michigan Avenue and Monroe Streets, the Crown Fountain is a major addition to the city’s world-renowned public art collection. Inspired by the people of Chicago whose faces appear on the glass towers’ changing video images, this site-specific work creates both a unique meeting point and a dynamic space for silent reflection. Utilizing water, light, and glass, Plensa has created a bold statement that is sure to stimulate passers-by and invite them to enter and experience Millennium Park.

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