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Created and Sold by Megan Mosholder

Megan Mosholder

Luí na Gréine (Window of a Sunset) - Sculptures

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This multi-dimensional and interactive installation was designed around a two-story, interior staircase on the fifth and sixth floors of the new Google Pittsburgh office. The artwork, created out of 23,000 feet of white twine, hand-painted with invisible UV paint, grew up and around the fifth floor and is suspended from a lacquered ceiling. The entire installation is illuminated with both full-spectrum LED’s and blacklights and set on a timer to simulate sunrise and sunset.

Item Luí na Gréine (Window of a Sunset)
Created by Megan Mosholder
Megan Mosholder
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2018
"Megan Mosholder is a conceptual artist who operates in the real-world setting of the social-political landscape through site-responsive, sculptural installations. Through the creation of three-dimensional drawings often enhanced by light, Megan emphasizes obscured elements within recognizable objects and correlates the symbolic with lived experience. Her work begins with the search for potential install locations but also in the studio, where she builds two-dimensional artworks that inform her sculptural practice. Megan is a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design and has received numerous awards from institutions such as the Foundation for Contemporary Arts and the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences. A variety of publications have featured Megan's work including Beautiful/Decay, Hi-Fructose and Hyperallergic. Megan's diverse exhibition history includes an installation in Sydney, Australia (2017), a body of site-specific work that speaks of the lasting impression a fully immersive, multi-sensory artwork can leave on a viewer. Most recently, Megan has been installing commissioned, permanent artworks, including a temporal, light-sensitive piece for Google's new office in Pittsburgh, PA (2016). Originally from Ohio, Megan is currently based in Atlanta, GA but has relocated temporarily to Oklahoma for the Tulsa Artist Fellowship."