Friendly Skies

December 3, 2004

Travelers going to or through the Kansas City International Airport can see Polarities, the new installation work by Andrew Ginzel (BFA Fine Arts faculty) and Kristin Jones. Spread through 200,000 square feet of the Kansas City, Missouri, airport’s terminals A, B and C, Polarities employs glass, marble, stone and other materials to create intricate mosaic pedestrian walkways. Ginzel and Jones designed the installation to suggest the freedom of flight and the wide-open spaces of the sky, using shifting shades of blue and heavenly symbols.

Image: Kristin Jones and Andrew Ginzel, Polarities (detail), 2000 – 2004.

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