Tag Archives: Los Angeles World Airports

Like Sound Going Sideways

FullSizeRender.jpgLike Sound Going Sideways // Timothy Nolan

Currently on view in Departures at LAX Terminal 7  is a collection of work by Timothy Nolan. Inspired by the Pop Art Movement, Nolan’s pieces provide a burst of bold colors and patterns. By combining scientific documents from the past with his photographs, Nolan’s style alludes to the constantly changing natural world.

FullSizeRender 4Recalibrating the Cosmos // Timothy Nolan // Dye-sublimation print on aluminum // 2015 // 28 x 30 inches

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Like Sound Going Sideways // Timothy Nolan

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After the Gold Rush // Timothy Nolan // Dye-sublimation print on aluminum // 2015 // 45 x 48 inches

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 (L) Frolicsome Crests and Glistening // Timothy Nolan // Collage on paper // 2013 // 7 x 15 inches (M) Time Watches from the Shadow // Timothy Nolan // Collage on paper // 2013 // 4 x 15 inches (R) From Crescent to Round They Range // Timothy Nolan // Collage on paper // 2013 // 7 x 15 inches

Air Garden

FullSizeRender-1Air Garden // Ball-Nogues Studio // Tom Bradley International Terminal

The Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX Airport in Los Angeles recently received a facelift. A swanky new interior was not the only improvement this terminal received. As part of the renovations, art installations have now become a part of the airport. I discovered one work, Air Garden, when I was recently at LAX. Hanging from the glass ceiling are bright yellow, blue and magenta beads. As the sunlight streams through the ceiling, light filters through the beads making the installation appear to be moving, just as people move throughout the airport on their various journeys.