Client: Montana State University - Bozeman
Location: Bozeman, MT, United States
Completion date: 2017
Artwork budget: $17,000
Bradley Designs, LLC
Public sculpture composed of steel and glass. This installation is composed of 7 ft. tall glass panels that filter sunlight from the south as one ascends a staircase. Important elevation markers, counties, traditional native tribes, and other unique elements of Montana are utilized to introduce visitors to this state and the amazing places to experience within the state.
The goal of this artwork was to invigorate activity and knowledge for those utilizing the parking garage...to make the experience enjoyable. Bradley Designs wanted to the space to transition with the passing of daylight.
The steel fabrication installation team did a great job integrating the sculptural steel into an existing and finished structure.
This sculpture introduces Montana to potential students and their parents. It's presence and overlap of colors across the interior walls change each day and ensure that this is always an engaging space.