Scottsdale Public Art

Temporary Art


Moonflower is an iridescent arrangement of flower sculptures that begin to glow as the evening sets in. Each flower’s petals are constructed with plastic netting covered in glow-in-the-dark paint, which is then lit up from the inside by its own solar-powered LED. The combination of the inner and outer glow invites passersby to enter the luminous garden and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere. Additionally, the modular, wireless nature of the display allows each flower the opportunity to take on a second life in people's gardens after the installation.

Moonflower has been commissioned by i Light Marina Bay, Singapore’s annual light-based art festival taking place in March 2017. Lee Yun Qin is planning to launch ‘Adopt a Moonflower’ program during, where the donor will receive a Moonflower sculpture and the proceeds will be donated to environmental effort.

Once Canal Convergence is finished on February 26, 2017, Moonflower will be on view at i Light Marina Bay in Singapore, and as a part of the collaboration, Scottsdale Public Art’s installation of HYBYCOZO by Yelena Filipchuk and Serge Beaulieu will also travel to i Light Marina. 

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