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Public Art

LEGACY: Sound Transit Public Art Permanent Sculpture


Legacy is a large scale permanent public art sculpture commissioned by Sound Transit in Washington State for a new light rail station. For this piece I engaged with community voices through public events facilitating dialogue about the physical and social changes in the Kent Des Moines community represented by the addition of a new light rail station. During these events community members created drawings of their family trees. These drawings have been used to create a monumental stainless steel lattice work design that comprises the 30 ft. x 15 ft. x 26.5 ft sculpture. The piece is a monument to the people who live in the neighborhood, representing their place in time and the complex changes taking happening in space and time related to the new Sound Transit Light Rail station.


The sculpture is currently in the final phase of fabrication with Chelsea Gaddy at Force/Collide in Seattle, WA, and scheduled for installation in fall/winter of 2024. This prodigious project is the proud result of an incredible team. A public art sector rarity comprised of a female artist of color, female owned and run metal fabrication house, and female project manager. 

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