ARC605 | Fall 2017
This design combines multisensory experiences with art. Predominantly focused on the visual aspect of the senses, forms of visual art are imposed on Silo City. The Lake and Rail was chosen to house these spaces because of its lack of fenestration and to utilize its length. This allows artists to have the ability to control their own light in the silos given. To make this exhibit more affordable to begin constructing, only a third of the interior space is being used. The rest has been left for any expansion of the exhibit in the future. To generate income and visitor attraction, my exhibit will house a few signature artist galleries, known for their work with light and color, such as James Turrell and Jenny Holzer.