Giant Suspended Net Installations by Janet EchelmanJanet Echelman first set out to be an artist after graduating college. Her work reshapes urban airspace with monumental, fluidly moving sculpture that responds to environmental forces including wind, water, and sunlight.
Today Echelman has constructed net sculpture environments in metropolitan cities around the world. She sees public art as a team sport and collaborates with a range of professionals including aeronautical and mechanical engineers, architects, lighting designers, landscape architects, and fabricators.
Hermitavision: I was trying to see if there was something in my eyeball and then decided that this looked kinda cool. I enjoy my eyeballs sometimes. They were a pretty color today.