Crystal Tributaries is a passive installation designed specifically for the Pittsburgh International Airport. In the context of the airport, we imagine that anyone who has traveled to or been in the city has in some way interacted with the Three Rivers. Given how deeply embedded the rivers are in the history and culture of Pittsburgh, the airport serves as the perfect introduction to put Pittsburgh's rivers on an emphatic display.
The installation curves and undulates in various points of the airport, coursing through like the rivers. Because the airport plays host to people who are trying to get from point A to point B as quickly as possible, Crystal Tributaries acts like stillwater, stopping guests in their tracks as they admire the ephemeral experiences that surround them.
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