Warm By Night is a public art commission for CityPlace towers, part of the Concord Adex Development corporation which requested an artistic roof-top lighting treatment that would unify and define the towers within the skyline. Göllner’s work separates itself from the rest of the skyline by creating an unmistakable pattern of soft pink light that captures the audiences eye. Göllner’s vision for the installation is to bring warmth and light into peoples lives and residences as they return home to their personal refuges.
- Mixed technique and lighting
- Ongoing since 2002
- Variable size
- 10 Capreol Court, Toronto
About the artwork
About the artist
Andrian Göllner is a Canadian artist, working on the transposition of sound, time and motion into other forms. His projects and works are mainly present in Canada and the USA, completing some commissions in Berlin, Stockholm and Helsinki.
- The project behind Göllner's work was to design a light effect, illuminating the collection at night and bring these spaces to life. The artist created a colourful skyline of blue, lila and magenta, glowing accross the night.
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