Electroland, a California-based team of artists who create objects, interactive experiences and large-scale public art has landed a welcome work at Denver International Airport.
Relax is a 1,300-square-foot display made up of five illuminated panels at the east end of the A gates in the lower level.
There are five different images and features: the lighted “Relax” wall (above), a giant picture of a tropical beach scene with moving water, a corridor with floor-to-ceiling mirrors on both sides and clouds with changing colors and the words “arrival” and “departure.”
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