A New Temporary Artwork by Jacob Stanley Illuminates the Park Pacific Apartments Parking Garage at Tucker and Pine
Ribbons of Light is a sculpture of LED tentacle-like lines of light that engulfs the corner of the Park Pacific Apartments parking garage at Tucker Street and Pine Street by St. Louis artist Jacob Stanley. The work is visible as lines of color many stories above the street throughout the day and glowing lines at night. It will be on view through the end of 2023. Click here to view more images of this installation.
Stanley’s installation explores the dynamics of movement, balance and light on the parking garage using commonly found utilitarian materials and techniques. The light sculpture merges and juxtaposes with the surrounding urban fabric and uses the details of the site to reward viewers from multiple vantage points. Stanley hopes that the elegant movement of the cascading lights will interrupt the rigid grid of the city and spark a sense of curiosity in those who view the work.
Ribbons of Light is part of InSITE STL a collection of temporary art installations sited throughout Downtown St. Louis presented by the Regional Arts Commission and Greater St. Louis, Inc. The installations, created by area artists, explore Downtown St. Louis and the possibilities in our region’s core neighborhood. Other projects include works by Jenny Murphy, Van Dyck Murphy Studios, and Tim Portlock.
What: Ribbons of Light temporary public art installation
When: Now through the end of 2023
Where: Park Pacific Apartments Garage at Tucker Boulevard and Pine Street
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For more information about the Park Pacific Apartments and garage, including available units and parking contracts, visit www.liveparkpacific.com or call 314-242-1440.