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2016 CODAvideo: Process

The best videos in this category will show the physical transformation of a space during the creation and installation processes.

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  • “This is a ceramic column in white stoneware over buff stoneware. It's 13' high counting the 3' base. The white clay bay leaves was the concept we came up with, named for the Laurel Apartment on Laurel Street.
    Submitted by Carol A. Fleming
    codaworx.com/project/laurel-columm-embassy-suite”

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    Laurel Column

    Laurel Column

    This is a ceramic column in white stoneware over buff stoneware. It's 13' high counting the 3' base. The white clay bay leaves was the concept we came up with, named for the Laurel Apartment on Laurel Street. Submitted by Carol A. Fleming https://www.codaworx.com/project/laurel-columm-embassy-suite

  • “This is a ceramic column in white stoneware over buff stoneware. It's 13' high counting the 3' base. The white clay bay leaves was the concept we came up with, named for the Laurel Apartment on Laurel Street.” https://www.codaworx.com/project/laurel-columm-embassy-suite

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  • “THE STOREFRONT THEATER is a unique event space that transforms Main Street into an outdoor theater by using an abandoned freestanding storefront wall in downtown Lyons, Nebraska as its site. The wall is modified with two hydraulic pump arms so that the awning and false front fold down over the sidewalk with the push of a button, providing seating for 100. Both the seats and the screen retract and disappear when not in use, giving the impression that there is nothing unusual in this town, leaving only word-of-mouth accounts for inquiring visitors.
    Submitted by Matthew Mazzotta
    codaworx.com/project/the-storefront-theater-town-of-lyons-lt-nebraska”

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    THE STOREFRONT THEATER

    THE STOREFRONT THEATER

    THE STOREFRONT THEATER is a unique event space that transforms Main Street into an outdoor theater by using an abandoned freestanding storefront wall in downtown Lyons, Nebraska as its site. The wall is modified with two hydraulic pump arms so that the awning and false front fold down over the sidewalk with the push of a button, providing seating for 100. Both the seats and the screen retract and disappear when not in use, giving the impression that there is nothing unusual in this town, leaving only word-of-mouth accounts for inquiring visitors. Submitted by Matthew Mazzotta https://www.codaworx.com/project/the-storefront-theater-town-of-lyons-lt-nebraska

  • “THE STOREFRONT THEATER is a unique event space that transforms Main Street into an outdoor theater by using an abandoned freestanding storefront wall in downtown Lyons, Nebraska as its site. The wall is modified with two hydraulic pump arms so that the awning and false front fold down over the sidewalk with the push of a button, providing seating for 100. Both the seats and the screen retract and disappear when not in use, giving the impression that there is nothing unusual in this town, leaving only word-of-mouth accounts for inquiring visitors.”

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    THE STOREFRONT THEATER is a unique event space that transforms Main Street into an outdoor theater by using an abandoned freestanding storefront wall …

  • “SKY 2013 Location: Dallas Love Field Airport Budget: $500k Size: 5’ H x 70’ W x 70’ D Materials: Fiber glass, stainless steel, aluminum sheeting, reflective adhesive vinyl, LED electronics Description: This suspended piece is in the shape of a tubular ring, outfitted with colored LED lighting that gives the illusion of spinning motion. The work is constructed of light weight fiber glass rod and contains embedded objects pertaining to flight (birds, bees, etc.) and the aviation history of the Dallas area (Dallas’s contribution to WWII aviation, models of planes manufactured in the area, etc.).
    Submitted by Mid-Ocean Studio
    codaworx.com/project/sky-southwest-airlines”

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    SKY

    SKY

    SKY 2013 Location: Dallas Love Field Airport Budget: $500k Size: 5’ H x 70’ W x 70’ D Materials: Fiber glass, stainless steel, aluminum sheeting, reflective adhesive vinyl, LED electronics Description: This suspended piece is in the shape of a tubular ring, outfitted with colored LED lighting that gives the illusion of spinning motion. The work is constructed of light weight fiber glass rod and contains embedded objects pertaining to flight (birds, bees, etc.) and the aviation history of the Dallas area (Dallas’s contribution to WWII aviation, models of planes manufactured in the area, etc.). Submitted by Mid-Ocean Studio https://www.codaworx.com/project/sky-southwest-airlines

  • “Midlothian proudly calls itself a collaborative community, one in which residents and business interests have worked together to achieve success. This unique spirit of collaboration is represented in “Combination,” a site-specific sculpture by Brad Oldham and Christy Coltrin. The steel-and-concrete 31-foot-tall piece is the first public artwork for this small Texas town. “Combination” serves two purposes. First, it creates a focal point – a visual landmark piece – around which residents and visitors can gather. Second, the piece represents the collaborative strength of the Midlothian community in the story behind the sculpture and the locally produced materials.
    Submitted by Brad Oldham Sculpture
    codaworx.com/project/combination-midlothian-economic-development”

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    Combination

    Combination

    Midlothian proudly calls itself a collaborative community, one in which residents and business interests have worked together to achieve success. This unique spirit of collaboration is represented in “Combination,” a site-specific sculpture by Brad Oldham and Christy Coltrin. The steel-and-concrete 31-foot-tall piece is the first public artwork for this small Texas town. “Combination” serves two purposes. First, it creates a focal point – a visual landmark piece – around which residents and visitors can gather. Second, the piece represents the collaborative strength of the Midlothian community in the story behind the sculpture and the locally produced materials. Submitted by Brad Oldham Sculpture https://www.codaworx.com/project/combination-midlothian-economic-development

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