Monday, November 8, 2010

Bill FitzGibbons KMA Light Installation

Last week, I flew to Knoxville, Tennessee to film and document a light installation by Bill FitzGibbons on the exterior of the Knoxville Museum of Art. FitzGibbons is a San Antonio based artist and sculptor who received his BFA from the University of Tennessee. He has become internationally known for his large-scale public art work. Currently, his installation Knoxville Colorline is on display outside the KMA through this year, so if you're in the area, I highly recommend checking it out.

Knoxville Colorline: Bill FitzGibbons KMA Light Installation

I've never been to Knoxville before, so it was great getting to visit the city during such a beautiful time of the year when the leaves were changing colors. We stayed on campus at the University of Tennessee in an old cottage, so it was interesting getting to see the other UT. I also liked how their airport had rocking chairs all over the place, as you can see in a few photos below:

Knoxville, Tennessee
Knoxville Airport Rockers
Knoxville, Tennessee

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