Commissioned Artwork at the Terminal 1-Lindbergh Light Rail Station was unveiled in December 2004.
Andrea Myklebust and Stanton G. Sears
Terrazzo floor mosaic
The work spans the width of the LRT platform and responds to airfoil-inspired sculptural elements designed by the architects, which are suspended from the ceiling. The primordial wing below contrasts with the modern wings above. The piece is completed by a band of native Minnesota stone tiles extending across the platform on a diagonal with the wing. Dragonfly is approximately 30 by 45 feet in size, and incorporates epoxy terrazzo, Minnesota stone tiles, and water-jet cut and hand-bent aluminum. It was unveiled with the opening of the LRT in December, 2004
Abby & Michael Mouw
58 x 26 inch photographic transparency created from unique Cibachrome print
The below images are part of a backlit lightbox installation by Abby & Michael Mouw using 58×26 inch photographic transparency created from unique Cibachrome print.
Banners hung from the ceiling from the MSP Terminal 1-Lindbergh tram station going down toward the LRT platform by Michael Faust.