Miniature Golf Hole

I was one of 9 artists chosen to design and fabricate a mini golf hole for an installation in Downtown New Haven CT. My project was inspired by the on-going construction project to rebuild the Pearl Harbor Bridge (otherwise know as the "Q") and change of traffic patterns at the junction of I-95, I-91 and Downtown New Haven. It also included examples of architecture that define the New Haven skyline... IKEA, The Knights of Columbus Building and The Armstrong Building, which is an example of 1960s brutalist archtecture designed by Marcel Breuer. The exhibit was located at 812 Chapel St and on display from Sept. 6 to Nov. 8, 2013.

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