Bokeh, a lighting installation for Kildonan Park Duck Pond

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The Winnipeg Arts Council invited artist-led teams to submit a proposal for the creation of a feature lighting art installation around the duck pond in Kildonan Park in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Nadi Design worked alongside Takashi Iwasaki, a prolific Winnipeg artist, to create an immersive and dreamy lighting experience for park goers and ice skaters in the wintertime. Enchanted by the bokeh effect—an aesthetic quality where a camera lens blurs points of color and light to produce a polychromatic image—we designed three sculptural light fixtures to provide the same effect around the duck pond.

Bokeh by Takashi Iwasaki and Nadi Design. Created through the Winnipeg Arts Council’s Public Art Program. Collection of the City of Winnipeg.

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