Arts

Livermorium Public Art Project

Artist Conceptual Designs

A Community Advisory Panel consisting of seven  representatives reviewed the applications and chose three artists to submit conceptual designs for Livermorium public art. 

The artists have completed new conceptual designs.  They will be available for viewing on this site beginning January 27, 2015.

Although the survey is currently closed, the three original conceptual designs can still be reviewed by clicking on the links below.

Osman Akan
www.osmanakan.com
Mr. Akan's conceptual design and artist statement - 
click here

Link to provide comment regarding this design:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/osman

Mr. Akan’s studio is in Brooklyn, New York. He has completed 12 public art installations in the United States, Canada and Turkey.  Mr. Akan’s work has been published in 10 arts magazines, two books, and various newspapers including the New York Times.

Benjamin Ball & Gaston Nogueswww.ball-nogues.com
Mr. Ball & Mr. Nogues' conceptual design and artist statement -  click here

Link to provide comment regarding this design:  
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ballnogues

The studio of Mr. Ball and Mr. Nogues is located in Los Angeles.  Since 2008, they have completed 10 permanent public art commissions in the United States and 22 temporary public installations throughout the US, France and China.  Locally, the team is in the process of completing two commissions at the Veteran’s Administration Aquatic Center in Palo Alto. 

Susan Zoccolawww.susanzoccola.com
Ms. Zoccola's conceptual design and artist statement - click here

Link to provide comment regarding this design:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/zoccola

Ms. Zoccola operates a studio in Seattle, Washington.  Since her first public installation in 1996, Ms. Zoccola has completed 30 public art installations and an additional 41 temporary public exhibitions throughout Washington, Oregon, California and Canada.

For more information on Livermorium, Periodic Element #116, please visit:
http://www.cityoflivermore.net/about/livermorium.asp

Questions may be directed to Jean Prasher by email at
japrasher@cityoflivermore.net or by telephone at (925) 960-4586.