Flight Paths by Steve Waldeck

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"Flight Paths" is a kinetic sculpture installation that consists of three-dimensional metal shapes suspended from the ceiling in a large open area of the airport. The metal shapes are designed to resemble various airplanes and birds, and they move in a fluid, graceful motion in response to air currents generated by the airport's ventilation system. The installation is meant to symbolize the many flights that pass through Atlanta's airport each day and to evoke a sense of wonder and awe in travelers passing through the busy airport. The movement of the metal shapes is meant to reflect the dynamic nature of air travel and to create a calming, peaceful atmosphere for travelers. (Submitted by Allen Von Plinsky)

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