Port of Seattle; SeaTac, Washington, USA; 2005.
Haddad|Drugan developed a comprehensive plan for incorporating art into Seattle-Tacoma International Airport’s entry roadway and light rail line, working with numerous agencies, engineers, and designers. The plan is orchestrated around a concept of “continuous cities,” implying that the individual artworks are linked into a continuous terrain, or are all possibly the same place viewed through different perspectives—an amalgam of the Airport, the Pacific Northwest, the World. The art projects create a series of portals that tie into views, topography, speed, scale, and emotional choreography. The five projects were commissioned to artists Mikyoung Kim, Christian Moeller, Werner Klotz, Fernanda D’Agostino and Haddad|Drugan.
View the full Seattle-Tacoma International Airport North Entry Art Plan.